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Women in Security SIG September 2017 Webinar
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Women in Security SIG September 2017 Webinar

ISSA's Women in Security SIG Monthly Webinar for September 2017 - Mentoring Success Around the Globe Series - Part III

When: September 11, 2017
4-5 PM Eastern
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Contact: Matt LoFiego

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Women in Security Special Interest Group Monthly Webinar Series

Mentoring Success Around the Globe Series - Part III

Ms. Natalie Lorenz-Anderson, retired Booz Allen Partner

Enabler for Women and Under-served Communities in STEM Education and Careers

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Monday, September 11, 2017, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Eastern


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Recently retired as a Partner/Senior Vice President from Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean VA, Natalie has 33 years of experience in large program business development including capture and proposal development for up to $200M contracts, business leadership of market teams (e.g., DISA and SSC-Charleston) and leadership of functional teams (such as Cybersecurity) as large as 2000 staff and over $300M annual revenue. Her technical skills span a wide range of IT systems and cybersecurity including system security engineering, privacy, information and mission assurance. During the past 5 years she has worked with civilian and military health care organizations to help them specify, acquire, and operate their Health IT systems, privacy and security, and electronic health record systems and standards. She also worked with Army organizations including both PEOs and RDECs for tank and automotive, ammunitions and soldier systems and supported the Army Cyber mission. She is a subject matter expert in cyber security and privacy across the defense, national security, civilian agency, and health domains.

She was an active member of Booz Allen’s System Security Engineering Capability Maturity Model project, focused on ensuring that security was integrated into all acquisition and systems development lifecycles from their conception.

Natalie has been a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA International) for 31 years, and chaired its board of directors from 2010 to 2012. She is a Member of AFCEA's Educational Foundation and AFCEA International’s Governance Committee. She has been a Mentor for the Young AFCEANs and has been active in both Diversity and Strategic Plan Development efforts. She is a Vice President on the Board of the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital focusing on STEM and Outdoor programming and is the Chair of the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Partnership Fund Board. She also serves on the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering National Advisory Board. She was named Engineer of the Year by the District of Columbia Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies for 2009 and one of Diversity Journal’s Women Worth Watching in 2011. She also earned the Suzanne Jenniches Award from the Society of Women Engineers for her work in helping women to succeed in engineering and technology.

While at Booz Allen, Natalie was a member of the Booz Allen Excellence Awards Committee and the Booz Allen Women's Leadership Initiative. She was the firm's sponsor for the MIT Industrial Liaison Program, the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the Society of Women Engineers and its Corporate Partnership Council, and the Girl Scouts of America.

She holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from MIT, and an M.S. in electrical engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.

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Vision- The WIS SIG is committed to developing women leaders globally, building a stronger cybersecurity community fabric, and enabling success across the globe.

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