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CENTRAL MARYLAND CHAPTER CHAPTER - Oct 19, 2012
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Panel Shares Leadership Strategies

The chapter's Women in Intelligence Group (WIIG) hosted the Women in Leadership Speakers Panel in October at Northrop Grumman's Annapolis Junction facility. The theme of the event was ďParadigm Shift: Leadership Strategies for Surviving and Thriving in Times of Fundamental Change.Ē Nearly 150 attendees heard a distinguished panel of government and industry leaders share their perspectives on the current economy and opportunities for personal and professional growth. Doreen Harwood, chief, BA6, Program Executive Office, Mission Management, Net Centric Capabilities and Analysis and Production, National Security Agency (NSA), chaired the government team, including Lise Mangerie, chief of BA4, contracts management, NSA; Diane Dunshee, deputy program executive officer for analysis and production, NSA; and Diana Keys, NSA, chief of the Cyber Portfolio Management Office in U.S. Cyber Command/J-8, (Capability and Resource Integration Directorate). They addressed change as an opportunity for innovation and stressed the importance of collaboration to adapt to shrinking budgets and increasing technological challenges.

Maureen Baginski, chief executive officer, National Security Partners, led the industry panel, which included Lisa Robertazzi, director of Enterprise Mission Solutions Operating Unit, Northrop Grumman; Rosemary Budd, vice president, TASC; and Cynthia Crutchfield, vice president of intelligence and commercial programs for Oceus Networks. Highlighting creativity and attention to must-have capabilities, the panelists encouraged individuals and companies to prioritize and develop new approaches to adding value efficiently. A question and answer period followed presentations by each speaker, and the event concluded with the mutual benefits of mentoring and leveraging existing strengths for success in reaching government, private and personal goals.

Event Photographs:

Panelists at the chapterís October event are (l-r) Lise Mangerie, chief of BA4, contracts management, National Security Agency (NSA); Lisa Robertazzi, director of Enterprise Mission Solutions Operating Unit, Northrop Grumman; Cynthia Crutchfield, vice president of intelligence and commercial programs for Oceus Networks; Maureen Baginski, chief executive officer, National Security Partners; Rosemary Budd, vice president, TASC; Doreen Harwood, chief, BA6, Program Executive Office, Mission Management, Net Centric Capabilities and Analysis and Production, NSA; Diane Dunshee, deputy program executive officer for analysis and production, NSA; and Diana Keys, NSA, chief of the Cyber Portfolio Management Office in U.S. Cyber Command/J-8, (Capability and Resource Integration Directorate).
Panelists at the chapterís October event are (l-r) Lise Mangerie, chief of BA4, contracts management, National Security Agency (NSA); Lisa Robertazzi, director of Enterprise Mission Solutions Operating Unit, Northrop Grumman; Cynthia Crutchfield, vice president of intelligence and commercial programs for Oceus Networks; Maureen Baginski, chief executive officer, National Security Partners; Rosemary Budd, vice president, TASC; Doreen Harwood, chief, BA6, Program Executive Office, Mission Management, Net Centric Capabilities and Analysis and Production, NSA; Diane Dunshee, deputy program executive officer for analysis and production, NSA; and Diana Keys, NSA, chief of the Cyber Portfolio Management Office in U.S. Cyber Command/J-8, (Capability and Resource Integration Directorate).
Volunteers gather at the chapterís October Women in Intelligence Group event.
Volunteers gather at the chapterís October Women in Intelligence Group event.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Jennifer Stacey
410-782-8161

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