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TASC, Northrop Grumman Women Leaders Recognized

Gloria Flach

The Daily Record released its list of Top 100 Women in Maryland this week, and two Washington-area government contracting firms made an appearance.

TASC’s Rosemary Budd and Northrop Grumman’s Gloria Flach were recognized for their work in leadership, community service and mentoring.

Budd spearheads TASC’s development and implementation business at Ft. Meade, supporting agencies such as NSA, DISA, U.S. Cyber Command and others. She is president of the Ft. Meade Alliance and chairman of the Ft. Meade Alliance Executive Committee and Board of Directors and serves on the Maryland Military Installation Council, Ft. Meade Regional Growth Management Committee, Ft. Meade Marketing Partnership and the Ft. Meade Regional Ridesharing Coordination Center Advisory Board.

“Rosemary exemplifies what the people of TASC strive to be: talented professionals who are passionate about the mission of their customers and leaders who seek ways to strengthen the communities where they live and work,” said Al Pisani, senior vice president of intelligence operations at TASC. “We congratulate Rosemary on this well-deserved and hard-earned recognition.”

Flach serves as corporate vice president and president of Enterprise Shared Services for Northrop Grumman.

 

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