Mary Galvin is a technical consultant in the software industry, and has served in a variety of engineering and management roles on products and projects at companies such as LexisNexis Special Services, Basis Technology, Northrup Grumman and SRA International. Mary’s technical domain expertise includes data intensive computing systems, such as LexisNexis’ High Performance Computing Cluster called HPCC Systems, as well as human language technology (HLT), which includes machine translation, foreign language search and translation memory. Mary is currently enrolled at The Johns Hopkins University in their master of systems engineering program. She earned her bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Villanova University in 2003, where she also received minors in computer science, Spanish and naval science. In addition to being proficient in Spanish, Mary has a strong knowledge of the Arabic and Chinese languages. She is currently a mentor with Girls in Technology, which is a DC-based volunteer organization that encourages girls in the 6th through 12th grade to pursue careers in the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) fields.
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