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The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) selected Booz Allen Senior Vice President Susan Lawrence for the Women of Excellence Digital Trailblazer Award.
The Women of Excellence Awards recognize the achievements of NAFE Women who have excelled in their own careers and have been dedicated to ensuring the success of other women.
Susan supports our veterans' and women's agendas, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) outreach to students and young professionals. Before joining Booz Allen, Susan was a senior military officer in the U.S. Army who became the first female chief information officer, and the fourth woman lieutenant general in the branch's history.
“Susan's accomplishment builds upon a strong and growing number of Booz Allen women recognized for their expertise and contributions.”
As a recipient of the Digital Trailblazer Award, Susan is honored as a woman who demonstrates career success in electronic technology and who has catalyzed breakthroughs in the field through her vision and commitment.
Susan's accomplishment builds upon a strong and growing number of Booz Allen women recognized for their expertise and contributions. Previous Booz Allen recipients of the NAFE Women of Excellence Award include Betty Thompson, who earned the Activist Award in 2015 for her activism in conceiving the firm's Women's Agenda and designing a firmwide strategy to build a culture where women succeed, and Susan Penfield, who earned the Digital Trailblazer Award in 2014 for her groundbreaking work in the use of information technology in the health industry.
Susan was honored for her innovations and for opening paths for other women in New York on December 9. Learn more about Susan and meet the 2016 NAFE Women of Excellence.