Women in Technology (WIT), the premier organization contributing to the success of professional women in the Washington, D.C. area technology community, today announced its 2022 – 2023 Board of Directors.
Leading the organization as this year’s President is Amber Hart, Founder and Co-Owner of The Pulse of GovCon. Prior to assuming the Presidential role, Amber Hart served as a Board Member of WIT and George Mason University’s Center for Government Contracting (CGC) Advisory Board in the School of Business.
“Despite national conversations about gender diversity in technology, women are still underrepresented, underpaid and often discriminated against in the industry. These women make such significant impacts in their roles for their companies, for the lives of others, and for those who will walk after them. We are excited to bring focus to their work and recognize them for their achievements,” said Hart.
Women in Technology’s Leadership is comprised of dedicated team of female professionals committed to empowering women to be architects of change in the technology industry.
Women in Technology Board of Directors for 2022 – 2023
- President: Amber Hart, The Pulse of GovCon
- Immediate Past President: Cristine Gollayan, SONY
- President-Elect: Julie Murphy, Sage Communications
- Board Member, Secretary: Emily Brash, Curate Partners
- Board Member, Treasurer: Nancy Popovich, The Popovich Financial Group
- Board Member, General Counsel: Kathryn Harris, RLG, plc
- Board Member, Sponsorship Chair: Jennifer Sokalski, Signature Consultants
- Board Member at Large, Special Events: Carrie Drake, Maxar Technologies
- Board Member at Large, Executive Development: Leslie Bauer
- Board Member, Communications Chair: Aneta Zawila-Jordan, yorCMO
- Board Member, Membership Chair: Maureen Cannon, Amazon Web Services
- Board Member, Programs Chair: Melanie Condron, Accenture Federal Services
- Board Member at Large, Emerging Leaders: Kathi Hanrahan
- Board Member at Large, Special Interest Groups: Lisa Shea Mundt, The Pulse of GovCon
- Board Member at Large, Volunteer Engagement: Suehaila Nabulsi, Capital One
About Women in Technology
Women in Technology (WIT) is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of advancing women in technology — from the classroom to the boardroom. With more than 1,000 members in the Washington, D.C. area, WIT fulfills its vision by providing leadership development, technology education, networking, and mentoring opportunities for women at all levels of their careers and for girls interested in STEM. For more information, please visit: womenintechnology.org or connect with us via Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter @WITWomen.
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