Continuing to Serve: Halfaker is a Premier Sponsor of the Leading for Impact in Federal IT and Consulting: Women in Leadership Conference
Halfaker and Associates, LLC (Halfaker) is pleased to announce its premier sponsorship of the first Leading for Impact in Federal IT and Consulting: Women in Leadership Conference. On October 25, 2018, government and industry leaders across the Federal Health community will gather at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial (Women’s Memorial) in Arlington, VA, to recognize women in leadership roles who are creating a positive IMPACT in Federal Health IT. Halfaker’s CEO, Dawn Halfaker, has also been selected as an awardee of the 2018 Leading for Impact, Women in Leadership Award. The award is a peer-nominated honor given to women recognized as outstanding industry leaders within the information technology, health, and consulting sectors.
FedHealthIT is a trusted resource in the Federal Health community, focused on connecting government and business leaders into an industry community for sharing best practices, news, and other relevant information; uniting ideas and voices; and forging stronger relationships between partners. FedHealthIT Magazine, a digital and print publication, provides a consolidated news source for trending topics and emerging issues relating to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Defense Health Agency (DHA), and other Federal Health agencies.
The Leading for Impact conference will have three executive keynote panels covering IT Modernization, Transformation, and Digital Transformation; Change Management and Cultural Transformation; Driving Positive Disruption and Making an Impact in Federal Health IT. Conference panelists include Julie Boughn, Carolyn Clancy, Stacy Cummings, Angelica Dortch, Kathleen Frisbee, Amy Haseltine, Theresa Hancock, Jeneen Iwugo, Suzette Kent, Beth Killoran, Genevieve Morris, Shannon Sartin, Lauren Thompson, Gita Uppal, and Jean Moody Williams. The conference will conclude with an award ceremony to recognize the women who have shown the greatest impact in their organization
“It is an incredible honor, both personally and professionally, to be a part of supporting the Women in Leadership Conference. The Halfaker team is made up of individuals who see diversity in the workplace as a key element for succeeding in our mission of ‘continuing to serve’,” said Halfaker President and CEO, Dawn Halfaker. ”I am grateful to FedHealthIT and all supporting partners for this recognition, and I look forward to the continued development of our Federal and industry relationships as we grow closer, united by these common cultural goals.”
At Halfaker, we create, modernize, integrate, and secure mission critical systems for government organizations to improve the health, security, and well-being of all Americans. We are proud to be a service-disabled Veteran-owned, woman-owned, small business. To learn more about Halfaker, please visit www.halfaker.com.