Sapient Government Services, a division of Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE), and a leading provider of consulting, technology, and marketing services to government and non-profit organizations, together with the March of Dimes announced today that Sapient’s Teresa Bozzelli and Christina Frederick will serve key committee leadership roles as part of the March of Dimes and AFCEA NOVA’s Heroines in Technology® awards program.
The pair began their key leadership roles at the start of the year as part of the communications committee for the awards program, which honors the significant contributions of women in the technology industry who exemplify leadership in volunteer community service. Bozzelli is also participating in the awards selection committee, having been honored by March of Dimes herself as a recipient of the Heroines in Technology Individual award in 2011. The committee appointment is a one-year term.
“I am extremely honored by these placements and am excited to have an expanded role with such a respectable organization,” said Teresa Bozzelli, president, Sapient Government Services.
March of Dimes is the leading non-profit organization for pregnancy and baby health. The organization works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Proceeds from the black-tie gala will support local March of Dimes programs of research, community services, education and advocacy. Since 2001, the event has raised over $1.4 million to support the March of Dimes mission of saving babies.Teresa Bozzelli, president of Sapient Government Services, has headed the division since joining Sapient in 2010. During her tenure, the division has achieved record growth and increased market presence across both their Federal and non-profit client base. Christina Frederick, senior manager, marketing strategy & analysis, has been with the company for over nine years in a variety of marketing roles. “We began collaborating with Sapient last year are thrilled to add Bozzelli and Frederick to these key committee roles,” said Tina Cavucci, chapter director, March of Dimes Maryland-National Capital Area. “Their experience and leadership has been instrumental in supporting our fight against premature birth and other threats to a baby’s health.”