Washington, DC: Cherrie Reid, Project Manager at TCG, has been inducted into the 2018 American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT‐IAC) Voyagers Program. The ACT‐IAC Voyagers Program is a leadership development program for rising leaders in government and industry with high potential for future advancement.
Reid joined TCG in 2016 as a project manager supporting the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in the redesign of the Country Scorecards and the development of the web‐based application used to produce the scorecards. The project was successfully completed in 2017.
With more than 10 years of experience working on Federal Government software development projects of various sizes and scope, Reid said she is looking forward to enhancing her leadership skills and gaining a deeper understanding of the issues facing the government. “This program provides a unique opportunity for industry and government to learn together, learn from each other, and gain a deeper understanding of the issues facing the government.”
In addition to participating in the Voyagers Program, Reid is the Program Chair of the ACT‐IAC Emerging Technology Community of Interest and serves on the Board of Directors of the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center, a nonprofit educational advocacy organization. She is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Scrum Alliance.
The ACT‐IAC Voyagers program prepares mid‐level managers for their future roles in industry and government. Reid’s nomination was supported by TCG and she was selected by a panel of senior executives from government and industry.
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ACT‐IAC is the premier public‐private partnership in the government IT community and an example of how government and industry work together. ACT‐IAC is a nonprofit educational organization created to advance government through collaboration and education. The organization provides an objective, vendor and technology‐neutral and ethical forum where government and industry are working together to develop innovative strategies, effective and efficient solutions and best practices. Headquartered in the Greater Washington, D.C. area, ACT‐IAC also has chapters in Pacific region (based in San Diego) and the Rocky Mountain region (based in Denver).