Join us on Wednesday, April 10, for the Women in Technology luncheon featuring guest speaker Sharon O’Malley Burg. Sharon is a Senior Advisor to CACI and CEO of O’Malley Burg Consulting, a technology and government strategy consulting firm located in San Antonio, Texas. She also serves on the Board of Advisors for Infrastructure Resources, Inc., a small woman-owned business. Sharon works within the greater San Antonio community in support of developing the IT and Cybersecurity industry growth to ensure robust opportunities for the local ecosystem.
Before moving to San Antonio in 2004, Sharon was part of the development of the IT services industry serving Federal and State Government. She held various leadership positions in industry leaders: Vice President of Sales for Civilian Federal for AMS, Corporate Vice President of Sales Leadership for Perot Systems Corporation, leader of the development of Perot Systems Government Services, Advisor to Perot Ventures and Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing of EDS’ Government Services Group leading the successful pursuits of some of the largest contracts for the group at that time.
In 2018, Sharon was selected for the AFCEA International Women’s Appreciation Award for her role in mentoring and supporting women in technology. In 2015, Sharon was recognized in the San Antonio Business Journal as a Woman Business Leader of the Year for her community involvement and impact, focusing on businesses that raise San Antonio’s profile. In 2013, she was named the Small Business Person of the Year by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Alamo Chapter.
Sharon is an Honorary Commander Emeritus of the 24th Air Force, the Air Force Cyber Command. In 2015, she chaired the SA to DC cybersecurity issue team, representing the San Antonio Greater Chamber to Congressional leaders from Texas to promote San Antonio as a cybersecurity national asset.
She is a member of the Masters Leadership Program Alumni Association, the Air Force Association, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, the San Antonio Cybersecurity Industry Council and supports FIRST Robotics events for women. She previously served on the Board of Advisors of the Tri-Cities National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), the Board of Directors of Impact San Antonio as the co-chair for agency relations, a trustee for San Antonio Tecosystem – The San Antonio Technology Council, a member of the Advisory Board of InnoTech, chairing the Women in Technology track and a trustee on the Board of Trustees for Palmer Drug Abuse Program, chairing the Marketing Committee which led to the re-naming of the organization to Rise Recovery.
Sharon will share what she did to earn these accomplishments and how she got to where she is today. She’ll provide tips for other women in technology who are striving to make a difference with their work. Don’t miss the opportunity to network with this group of successful women.