Mobile Health Innovation Center (mHIC)

DHIC Division Chief Honored with a 2020 Women in Leadership Impact Award

December 31, 2020  |  Download PDF

Ms. Jeanette Little, Division Chief, Digital Health Innovation Center. Ms. Jeanette Little, Division Chief, Digital Health Innovation Center.

Congratulations are in order as our very own Digital Health Innovation Center (DHIC) Division Chief, Ms. Jeanette Little, was selected as a 2020 G2Xchange Leading for Impact, Women in Leadership Award Winner! A long-standing innovative thought-leader and invaluable member of Team TATRC, Ms. Little has spearheaded numerous important health IT initiatives during her time here. As a recipient of this award, Ms. Little joins a distinguished list of women who are recognized and celebrated for guiding, mentoring, and driving the industry through their impactful leadership; driving technology and business transformation and modernization; and driving efforts to initiate the next positive disruption that will truly change how Federal agencies support their mission.

All award winners were nominated by their leadership teams, and selected by a panel of current and former federal and industry leaders from across the Federal IT sector. All branches of the U.S. government and major government contractors were eligible to be nominated and considered for this award.

In response to her selection as an awardee, Ms. Little said, “In my mind, every setback is a learning opportunity to excel in the future, and every small success is a stepping stone to great accomplishments. It’s so important to take the time to provide the same kind of investments in the people that I encounter on a daily basis, because I’m indebted to everyone in the past who gave me the time and mentorship to shape my career.”

During the virtual ceremony honoring the awardees on 21 October, Senator Elizabeth Dole was given a lifetime achievement award before each of the 66 individual award winners were announced.

Ms. Little stated, “Listening to Senator Elizabeth Dole speak about her lifetime of experience as a woman in the federal sector was incredibly inspiring, and I was incredibly honored to be included in this group of outstanding women working in the federal information technology field. I’m very grateful to my senior leadership for considering me for this honor.”

Congratulations again on this very well-deserved award! Your TATRC family couldn’t be prouder!

This article was published in the March 2021 issue of the TATRC Times.