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We’re proud to announce that Lynne Chamberlain, a vice president of Business Development on Red Hat’s Public Sector team, has been recognized as a woman who is making a difference in government technology and was named to FedScoop’s Top Women in Technology for 2017.
Lynne has been an invaluable member of our Public Sector team for nearly 13 years. At Red Hat, she manages the business development team working to bring open source software to public sector agencies and the industry partners (such as systems integrators) that support them. Lynne is active in the government community and is well regarded for her passion, leadership and dedication to mentoring women in technology.
FedScoop’s editors selected the honorees based on their innovative spirit, excellence in leadership, and impact on the use of technology in the public sector. Honorees will be recognized during a reception on March 23rd in Washington, D.C.
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