Alka Dhillon

Alka Dhillon is the founder and CEO of Technalink, a company that provides Information Technology and Management Consulting services to both government and commercial clients. She received the 2012 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award; the Top 100 Women Leaders in STEM award; the 2013 Locally Grown honor from Network for…

Alka Dhillon is the founder and CEO of Technalink, a company that provides Information Technology and Management Consulting services to both government and commercial clients. She received the 2012 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award; the Top 100 Women Leaders in STEM award; the 2013 Locally Grown honor from Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the Abe Venable Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Agency. She is the author of THE OM FACTOR: A Woman’s Spiritual Guide to Leadership – 7 Essential Tools and 7 Key Traits to Cultivate for Your Success and Well-Being.

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Alka Dhillon is the founder and CEO of Technalink, a company that provides Information Technology and Management Consulting services to both government and commercial clients. She received the 2012 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award; the Top 100 Women Leaders in STEM award; the 2013 Locally Grown honor from Network for…

Alka Dhillon is the founder and CEO of Technalink, a company that provides Information Technology and Management Consulting services to both government and commercial clients. She received the 2012 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award; the Top 100 Women Leaders in STEM award; the 2013 Locally Grown honor from Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the Abe Venable Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Agency. She is the author of THE OM FACTOR: A Woman’s Spiritual Guide to Leadership – 7 Essential Tools and 7 Key Traits to Cultivate for Your Success and Well-Being.

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