Rising Stars: The class of 2008
Rising Star: Matt Grote: He can’t help but leadRising Star: Vernon Lee: One step ahead on HSPD-12Rising Star: Tricia Reed: Passion compensates for lack of authority
Rising Star: Jonathan Alboum
Rising Star: Capt. Shaun BakerRising Star: James Jones
Rising Star: David LeeRising Star: Mark LeeRising Star: Kimberly Lyimo
Rising Star: Dennis Papula
Rising Star: Alex Turell
Rising Star: Richard von Bostel
Rising Star: Michelle Walker
Rising Star: Jeremy Warren
2008 Rising Star award program judges
Our judges rendered an invaluable service helping us to choose the 2008 Rising Stars. They were:
Jonathan Benett, United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Joanne Connelly, ConnellyWorks.
Patrice D’Eramo, Cisco Systems Inc.
Deirdre Murray, Qwest Communications International Inc.
Kim Nelson, Microsoft Corp.
Kshemendra Paul, Office of Management and Budget.
Chris Rasmussen, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Lena Trudeau, National Academy of Public Administration.
Peter Tseronis, Energy Department.
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