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Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda - 31- Dwell In Possibility

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In honor of Women's History Month, Linda welcomes Toni Townes-Whitley, corporate VP of Worldwide Public Sector and Industry at Microsoft. She leads company strategy to drive digital transformation across public sector & commercial industry customers and partners in support of Microsoft’s mission to empower every person & organization on the planet to achieve more.  In addition to championing innovative technology adoption & creating business value for industry customers, Townes-Whitley is passionate about creating positive societal and global impact through cloud technology that is trusted, responsible, and inclusive. Prior to joining Microsoft, Townes-Whitley was president of CGI Federal, where she was responsible for a portfolio of over a $1billion, leading 6,600 employees in more than 70 countries to deliver greater value to US Government civilian, defense & intelligence sectors. Before CGI, Townes-Whitley held management roles at Unisys Corporation leading global public sector systems integration and the Federal Civilian group, where she achieved 500 percent revenue growth and doubled profitability. Townes-Whitley is a graduate of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and has certifications from Wharton Executive Education,  and the Performance Management Institute.  She is on the boards of United Way, the Women’s Center of No Virginia, & the Leadership Foundry. She continues to support the US Peace Corps, where she volunteered for three years, teaching in Central Africa village. Townes-Whitley and her husband have five children and two grandchildren. In her free time, Townes-Whitley enjoys writing and is finishing her first screenplay.                                                             

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