CACI's Debora Plunkett Receives Most Influential Corporate Board Director Award; Jack London Quoted

Debora Plunkett
Debora Plunkett

Debora Plunkett, a member of CACI International's board of directors, has been honored by Women Inc. Magazine with the 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Director award.

The 2019 Women Inc. Magazine awardees are comprised of female directors, influencers and executives that have provided leadership efforts their respective companies, CACI said Wednesday.

Aside from her role at CACI, Plunkett is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland University College and a principal at Plunkett Associates. She also held senior leadership roles at the National Security Agency.

“Debora's expertise and immense experience in national security missions and corporate management make her a critical voice of leadership on CACI's Board,“ said Jack London, executive chairman and chairman of the board at CACI and a former Wash100 winner.

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