CEO Lynn Ann Casey Named 2010 Outstanding Leader by Women in Homeland Security

CEO Lynn Ann Casey Named 2010 Outstanding Leader by Women in Homeland Security

Arlington, VA, March 1, 2011 – Women in Homeland Security (WHS), a professional organization for women who share a passion for the safety of our nation, presented Chief Executive Officer Lynn Ann Casey with the Outstanding Leader Award for 2010. The award recognizes Casey as an exemplary female leader in homeland security, a major supporter of the organization, and an advocate for the advancement of women in the field.

“In any organization, or in life for that matter, there are few people who make a difference,” said WHS President and CEO Kristina Tanasichuk. ”I want to thank Lynn Ann Casey for being one of those rare and special people who take the risks necessary to lead.  She is an inspiration and a success story and I am so glad to have her as a mentor and example for other women in our field.”

Casey founded Arc Aspicio to bring great talent to address the Government’s homeland security mission and to give back to the community. The company has supported the Department of Homeland Security on 25 projects and has been a strong advocate of building a strong and resilient homeland security community. 

In addition to supporting WHS with in-kind, financial and advisory resources, Arc Aspicio also sponsors the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation and actively promotes emergency preparedness in the community.

 “We were looking for a professional development and networking group that shared our focus on the mission of securing our nation and WHS has been the answer,” Casey said. “WHS is a great group of people who are passionate and interested in building relationships to further that mission."

Arc Aspicio continues to support WHS by sponsoring events and growing the organization’s membership.

Contact Information
Lynn Ann Casey
lac@arcaspicio.com
703.465.2060

 

Arc Aspicio www.arcaspicio.com is an information technology and management consulting company that focuses on homeland security and intelligence. Our services include strategy and planning, business architecture, strategic communications, mission/technology alignment, information technology, and program management. Arc Aspicio is building a community that promotes collaboration, continuous learning, innovation, and intelligence to improve homeland security.

Women in Homeland Security www.womeninhomelandsecurity.com is a networking and educational group of over 850 women that provides a professional organization for women working in the field of homeland security who are committed both to their jobs and to combating the threat of terrorism.

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