Administrative and Support Excellence Awards
The Administrative and Support Excellence Awards were initiated by the Director's Office in 2014 to annually recognize administrative, support, and service staff for demonstrated excellence in support of Lincoln Laboratory's mission.
2019 Administrative Excellence Award Recipients
Marie L. Dow
In recognition for her dedication to improving visual communications across the Laboratory and expanding Technical Communications’ creative services.
Jason B. Williams
In recognition for his initiative addressing graphic arts needs at the Laboratory and for continually elevating the design of visual materials for Laboratory staff and events.
Past Administrative Excellence Award Recipients
Celeste A. Paquette, in recognition of her exceptional management of the Laboratory's cable plant and for her dedication to the Cable Plant Refresh Project.
David A. Shumsky, in recognition for diligently monitoring the financial and administrative operations of the Space Systems and Technology Division and for making valuable contributions to the Laboratory's business improvements.
Curt Heintz, in recognition for building effective partnerships between the Laboratory's divisions and services departments to align business needs with project goals.
Irene Oliver, in recognition for establishing critical working relationships with Laboratory and Air Force personnel to ensure that government funding is processed efficiently.
Donna E. Dickerson, in recognition for routinely going above and beyond her normal administrative duties to positively impact communications and financial work within a group office.
Amy S. Grossman, in recognition for exemplary oversight in a number of critically important security areas within the Laboratory.
Allison J. MacDonald, in recognition for leading efforts that have positively impacted service delivery, information management, and data availability within the Environmental, Health, and Safety Office.
John E. Bilodeau, in recognition for routinely going above and beyond his division-level job duties to fulfill IT needs across the Laboratory.
Joseph S. Ciampi, in recognition for demonstrating leadership that has significantly improved quality and efficiency throughout the Microelectronics Laboratory.
William H. Kindred, in recognition for creating a lasting positive impact on diversity and inclusion at Lincoln Laboratory and MIT through commitment and strategic vision.
2019 Support Excellence Award Recipients
Terri L. Welch
In recognition for her outstanding management of the Optical Communications Technology Group’s administrative duties and for her contributions to the execution of the Quantum Communications Workshops.
John F. Orthmann
In recognition for his tireless work as a machinist contributing expertise and technical support to multiple projects of significance at the Laboratory.
Past Support Excellence Award Recipients
Colleen D. Campbell, in recognition of her diligent support to the Laboratory's payroll and employee hire-to-retire processes and for her noteworthy efforts to streamline the Laboratory's on-boarding procedures for new employees.
Kirsten L. Theophelakes, in recognition for seamlessly managing the administrative needs of the Air Traffic Control Systems Group and for coordinating the Air Traffic Control Workshop.
Erin Jones-Ravgiala, in recognition for exemplary administrative support that enables success within the Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group.
Robert McLaren, in recognition for his outstanding contributions to the design and fabrication of radio-frequency and infrared systems.
Anne M. Cappucci, in recognition for exemplary administrative support that enables success within the Microelectronics Laboratory.
Jon C. Barron, in recognition for fulfilling high-profile photography needs at the Laboratory.
Heather A. Wilcox, in recognition for applying strong leadership and collaboration skills in support of a department office and the Laboratory.
Eric P. Carrera, in recognition for his technician support of prototyping and testing RF systems.
Kenneth L. Burkett, in recognition for contributing to Lincoln Laboratory's successful flight-test programs and for serving as a knowledgeable resource for various user groups at the Flight Test Facility.
Cynthia J. Wallace, in recognition for promoting a positive community environment and applying outstanding organizational skills in support of a department office.