At Lockheed Martin in Moorestown, more than 60 of New Jersey’s top female executives and business leaders from various industries came together to support some of New Jersey’s most promising high school girls. From left to right with Leap Academy and Cherry Hill High School West students are, back row: Deb DiLorenzo (second from left), Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey president and CEO; Catherine Milone (third from right), Junior Achievement of New Jersey president; and Kimberly Ramalho (far right), Lockheed Martin Communications & Public Affairs vice president. In the front row are Susan Shin-Angulo, Cherry Hill Township councilwoman; Tiffany Harmon Banks, Hill International Inc. Human Resources vice president; Susan K. Choi, Camden County College Math & Science dean; Suzanne Chiavari, American Water National Engineering Practice leader; and Rhonda Jordan, Virtua senior vice president & chief human resources officer.
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