Jeannie Maul among Women Worth Watching in 2011; Mina Samii recognized for leadership in Aerospace industry.
CSC women executives honored
Jeannie Maul, vice president of World Sourcing Capabilities for CSC’s Managed Services Sector line of business, has been listed among the “Women Worth Watching in 2011” by Diversity Journal. Maul was recognized for her outstanding leadership, dedication to diversity and being a mentor.
“Diversity and mentoring are key factors in developing leaders at CSC, and I’m delighted that Jeannie’s contributions and leadership in these areas have been recognized so prominently,” said Russ Owen, president of CSC’s Managed Services Sector. “Jeannie’s success reflects an environment and culture at CSC that provides opportunity, encourages initiative, values diversity and rewards merit. I know of no better way for talented individuals to realize their full potential — and for our company to continue to grow and succeed.”
Maul joins 123 other leading businesswomen from around the nation who were nominated by their colleagues, peers and mentors based on their initiative and achievements. Each year, select companies are invited to nominate one of their senior women executives for this recognition.
Maul joined CSC in 1997 and has held several senior positions in the company. She holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Widener University, a Project Management Institute (PMI) Certification from the University of California, Irvine, an ITIL Foundation Certification from the EXIN Institute, and Six Sigma Green Belt Certification from the Juran Institute.
Mina Samii recognized for leadership in Aerospace industry
Dr. Mina Samii, vice president of CSC's North American Public Sector, won the 2010 Women in Aerospace (WIA) Leadership Award. Samii is honored for her contributions to aerospace engineering and technology, leadership in support of the nation's civilian space objectives, and service as a role model and mentor to women in aerospace.
WIA is dedicated to expanding women's opportunities for leadership and increasing their visibility in the aerospace community.
“This honor reflects Mina’s long-time dedication and commitment to aerospace engineering and technology,” said Mike Gaffney, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector Civil and Health Services Group. “Mina’s business achievements and successful delivery of innovative solutions position her as an excellent role model.”
Samii joined CSC in 1981 and currently leads more than 1,000 science, engineering and technology personnel in support of government civilian agencies.