Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Headquarters // Reston, VA
Joining the Human Resources team in 2013, Bowen has more than 20 years of experience specializing in mid- to large-size organizations, providing human resources guidance and leadership to senior managers in startup, growth, and stable organizations. Her experience includes employee relations, talent acquisition and management, compensation, and benefits. Her experience comes from various industries, including government contracting, professional services, technology, and nonprofit. In these roles she led many critical and successful human resources initiatives, including the launch of a leading-edge benefits strategy and the creation of a comprehensive talent management system, and was nominated for the HR Strategist of the Year Award through a local Society for Human Resources chapter.
In addition to her work experience, Bowen is also a member of professional HR organizations, having served on the Loudoun County Board of Directors in a number of roles for the local chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management. Bowen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Longwood University and her Masters of Arts in Human Resources from Marymount University.
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