Women’s Power Breakfast
New York, NY • April 14, 2009
The New York City/Tri-State Chapter of 85 Broads presents our 6th monthly Women’s Power Breakfast! Breakfast Keynote Speaker: COURTNEY B. BANKS “A Woman In National Security — Su...
Tuesday, April 14, 2009 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM EDTA.J. Maxwell's
57 W 48th St
New York, NY 10020
The New York City/Tri-State Chapter of 85 Broads presents our 6th monthly
Women’s Power Breakfast!
Breakfast Keynote Speaker: COURTNEY B. BANKS
“A Woman In National Security — Succeeding in a Male Dominated World”
Prior to starting her own national security consulting firm, Courtney Banks was the youngest and first female Director at Lockheed Martin and Vice President at Raytheon. Drawing upon extensive experience in both the private and public national security spheres domestically and internationally, Courtney will be sharing with participants her story on how to succeed as a woman in a male dominated world.
Date: April 14th, 2009
Location: A.J. Maxwell’s, 57 W. 48th Street
(Between 5th/6th Avenues)
Time: 7:15-9:00 a.m.
Breakfast, Networking, and Keynote: 7:45-9:00am
Members: $30 Guests: $40
Register for this event: http://www.regonline.com/womenspowerbreakfastapril09
Space is limited to 200, RSVP by April 10th.
About Courtney B. Banks
Courtney B. Banks is CEO of National Security Associates Worldwide.
In her role as Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Banks draws on her extensive experience and expertise to expand clientsâ€™ business opportunities in the fields of national and homeland security worldwide. Prior to establishing NSAWW, Ms. Banks served as Vice President of Homeland Security for Raytheon Company, where she and her team were responsible for growing Raytheon’s Homeland Security business to over $1Billion, doubling their revenues in her first year. Before joining Raytheon, Ms. Banks was Director of Homeland Systems Solutions for Lockheed Martin Systems Management, where she was responsible for business development, marketing, and management strategies. She was the youngest and first female Director at Lockheed Martin and Vice President at Raytheon to assume these functions. Ms. Banksâ€™ career also includes service as Assistant for Global Terrorism Issues in the Department of Defenseâ€™s Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict during the Clinton Administration. Ms. Banks has also worked at the Department of Justice, the White House, and as Director of Force Health Protection for the Gulf War Illness Task Force for the Department of Defense. She has a Master Degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in military history from the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. Banks has also attended the executive business programs for Raytheon Company and for Lockheed Martin Corporation at the University of Chicago Business School and Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. She has extensive international business experience to include in the Middle East, Eastern and Western Europe, Asia and the Far East.
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