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Nancy Holliday

General Manager

Microsoft Corporation

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Microsoft Corporation

One Microsoft Way

Redmond, Washington,98033

United States

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Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known so...more

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SIGNAL Content | SIGNAL Magazine

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Attending the November panel are (l-r): Nancy Holliday of Microsoft; Ann White of the National Security Agency; Terri Fyock of the National Security Agency; Denise Desien, vice president, Women in Intelligence Group; and Nina Summerville of Microsoft, who served as moderator.
Speakers included Terri Fyock, director of business management and integration at the National Security Agency (NSA); Nancy Holliday, vice president, Microsoft Worldwide Services; and Ann White, NSA data acquisition associate director for targeting strategy and mission integration. Holliday said she speaks up and gives her opinionthat she has a point of view on everything and that 90 percent of life is showing up.


3rd Annual Kentucky Girls STEM Collaborative Conference | National Women's Conference

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The keynote speaker for the event will be Nancy Holliday , General Manager at Microsoft.


Ensworth School ~ Resources

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Nancy Holliday, General Manager of Microsoft is our keynote speaker.
A STEM Education and Industry Showcase, GRITS Collaborative Project mini-grant programs and breakout sessions will be included.


Mid-Atlantic Girls Collaborative (MAGiC): Champions Board

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Nancy Holliday
General Manager, US Services Microsoft


News from Girls Raised in Tennessee Science (GRITS)

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General Manager Nancy Holliday provided inspiring remarks to nearly 50 people from across Tennessee attending the first GRITS Collaborative Project Conference Saturday at MTSU.
GRITS, or Girls Raised in Tennessee Science, brings awareness to the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas and fosters career awareness for young women. Holliday, a Kentucky native who has risen to the role of GM for US Services Sales with Microsoft while being a mother to 17-year-old twin sons Connor and Ransom and 19-year-old daughter, Retsy, a student at Elon University, spoke of her "journey" and "how I think anybody can do what I have done. "I have a huge responsibility. I run a $1.6 billion team," Holliday said of her Microsoft work. "I have walked the halls of the Pentagon, traveled internationally, and met with governors and CEOs. In talking about the GRITS Collaborative Project - a statewide network of people influencing young girls to enter STEM fields - Holliday said efforts to reach girls in grades K-12 are "huge. "A third-grade math teacher, a 10th grade math teacher and a college professor ... those people got me to where I am. They have no idea the impact they had on me," she said. "Health, family and career" are Holliday's order of importance in balancing her life, Holliday said. "Nancy has become a national manager; she's a mother and a woman executive, and it's all attributed to STEM," Woodall said.


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