DLH program manager Holly H. Pavliscsak has been nominated and selected by a panel of current and former leaders from across the Federal IT sector as a 2021 Leading for Impact, Women in Leadership Award winner. The awards recognize and celebrate the women guiding, mentoring, and driving the industry through impactful leadership, modernization, and innovation.
Holly serves as Program Manager for the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center’s (“TATRC”) Advanced Medical Technology Initiative (“AMTI”), based out of Ft. Detrick, MD. She has managed the program since 2016 and has 25 years’ experience in military medical research with an emphasis on medical technology programs and telemedicine. AMTI demonstrates emerging medical technologies and evaluates and tracks their impact on performance, readiness, cost, access, quality, and safety. Through these efforts, AMTI provides real leadership within the medical tech-surveillance area.
A recent edition of the TATRC Times spotlighted Holly’s efforts to maintain continuity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. With travel restricted, Holly held a series of well-attended virtual townhalls for clinical staff throughout the country. Some noted that the virtual town halls actually increased participation, providing a valuable opportunity for busy professionals and clinicians to attend from their own offices.
Recipients will be recognized during the 4th Annual G2Xchange Leading for Impact, Women in Leadership Virtual Conference, to be held on Wednesday, October 27, 2021. More information is available from the event organizers, G2Xchange and FedHealthIT.com.