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FEDERAL CONTRACTORS/TECHNOLOGY


Y. MICHELE KANG FOUNDER AND CEO, COGNOSANTE LLC, FALLS CHURCH


Kang founded Cognosante 13 years ago to transform U.S. health-care system technol- ogy, and as of the end of 2020, she’s now a part owner of a professional women’s soc- cer team, the Washington Spirit. “I believe it is essential for successful women to take the lead in advancing other women, and I look forward to doing so for the women of the Washington Spirit,” she said. The University of Chicago and


Yale School of Management alumna has received numerous professional honors in the past decade, including 2015 EY Entrepreneur of the Year for the Washington, D.C., region. Aſter merging with Fox Systems in 2010, Cognosante began to win government contracts related to Medicaid reform, and it now has annual earnings of more than $1 billion. Kang previously was vice president and general manager of Northrop Grumman’s health IT division. Kang started the Cognosante


Foundation in 2012 to help veterans and other young adults achieve financial independence, particularly female veterans starting businesses. She also is on the boards of the Washington National Opera, the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Palm Beach Symphony.


NAZZIC S. KEENE CEO, SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (SAIC), RESTON


Keene, a native of Libya, arrived in the United States in the late 1960s when her mother decided to leave her home- land, which was in the midst of revolution. She now leads a major government contractor with pro forma annual revenues of $7.1 billion. A graduate of the University of Arizona, Keene


oversees a workforce of more than 25,000 people and is a member of ADP’s board of directors and the Inova Health


System board. In April, SAIC announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire AI-focused data management company Koverse, and this was followed by a June announce- ment that it would acquire Arlington’s Halfaker and Associates LLC, a technology solutions provider with clients that include the Department of Defense and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The financial terms of both deals were not disclosed. Keene, who became CEO in 2019, was hired by SAIC as president of its global markets and missions sector in 2012 and also served as its chief operating officer. Previously, she worked in senior roles at CGI and American Management Systems, aſter starting her career at Electronic Data Systems. In May, Keene received WashingtonExec’s Chief Officer Award for Public Company CEO.


C. JEFFREY ‘JEFF’ KNITTEL CHAIRMAN AND CEO, AIRBUS AMERICAS INC., HERNDON


As a leader in the commercial aircraſt industry, Knittel has had to navigate Airbus’ way through one of the hardest times ever in the industry. With more than 35 years of experience in aerospace and transportation finance, Knittel is responsible for Airbus’ business throughout the Americas, including 5,000 employees, its helicopters, and the space and defense unit in North America. He reports to the $78 billion French global manufacturer’s CEO and chairs A3 by Airbus, the company’s Silicon Valley-based innovation arm, as well as serving on the board of Airbus Ventures and the Airbus Canada Limited Partnership. Although commercial airlines are still not seeing as many passengers as before the pan-


demic, numbers are up somewhat, and in June United Airlines placed its largest order ever with Boeing and Airbus, worth $30 billion for the two companies. Knittel is a member of the boards of the National Air and Space Museum and the


National World War II Museum. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aviation manage- ment from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and graduated from the Advanced Management Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.


I believe it is essential for successful women to take the lead in advancing other women.” Y. MICHELE KANG


ROGER A. KRONE CHAIRMAN AND CEO, LEIDOS HOLDINGS INC., RESTON


Krone, the chairman and CEO of an $11.09 billion company that employs 39,000 people worldwide, is a licensed commercial pilot and has aerospace engineering degrees from Georgia Tech and the University of Texas at Arlington, as well as an MBA from Harvard. Krone joined Leidos in 2014 aſter more than two decades with The Boeing Co. and, before that, 14 years as a program manager with aerospace and defense con- tractor General Dynamics Corp. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in February and chairs the Professional Services Council. Leidos has had a busy year so far, scoring NASA, Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border


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Protection contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars, as well as promoting a slate of new executives, including heads of its national security space department and corporate operations. Earlier this year, Krone took a novel tack to encourage vaccinations, announcing that the company will pay a total of $1 million to 10 randomly selected workers who enter Leidos’ vaccine lottery.


NEW LIFE EXPERIENCE: Becoming a grandfather


MOST RECENT BOOK READ: “Panama,” by Thomas McGuane


FAVORITE VACATION DESTINATION: Anywhere you can scuba dive.


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