Heroines of Washington is one of the area’s most unique events, recognizing and honoring women in the D.C. Metro Area for their dedication to community service. Since 2001 the March of Dimes has honored 143 "heroines" and raised more than $4 million to make sure one day all babies are born full term and healthy. Guests include directors, CEOs and other high-level individuals from local corporations and government agencies.
Congratulations to the 2023 Heroines of Washington Finalists!
Hannah Adams, INOVA Fairfax
Ashley Arbolino, HITT Contracting, Inc.
Caroline Brown, ASRC Federal
Nicole Clark, Peraton
Margaret Crilley, Colliers
Julie Donaldson, Washington Commanders
Suzie Egolf, Google
Kimberly Fleming, PwC
Kamala Green, National Government Services
Jennifer Haas, Leidos
Ruth Hoang, Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners
Sara Holtz, The Peace Corps
Anne Khademian, Universities at Shady Grove
Stacey Mangham, The MITRE Corporation
Valerie Mansfield, Peraton
Kameron Matthews, Cityblock Health
Maia McCuiston, The McCuiston Group
Deborah Miller, United States Pharmacopeia
Holly Roberts, Booz Allen Hamilton
Roberta Tinch, INOVA Health System
lisa wise, Flock DC + birdSEED
Katie Yanushonis, The Meridian Group
Helen Yi, American Israel Public Affairs Commitee (AIPAC)
Emily Zankman, M&T Bank
In addition to the 23 finalists, March of Dimes will recognize Amy Gilliland, President of General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), with the Corporate Heroine Award for her work with the Rett Syndrome Research Trust and spearheading GDIT Cares.