Get an inside look at four women security leaders within Mayo Clinic’s Global Security team and their individual journeys that bring unique perspectives and a forward-thinking security posture to propel the world-class healthcare organization forward.
National security leader Laureen Stephens-Rice is laser-focused on promoting diversity, equity and inclusion as well as professional development for the next generation of security leaders and diplomatic security agents.
Laureen Stephens-Rice, Site Security Administrator and Advisor within the Department of State’s Overseas Buildings Operations, is focused on professional development and training, as well as championing diversity, equity and inclusion in national security.
Theresa Bentch, Director of Security, Environmental Health & Safety and IT Risk Assurance, is responsible for the safety and security of thousands of associates and visitors throughout 116 global sites at Garmin.
Security magazine presents its annual Women in Security awards program, honoring women who have shaped the security function at their organizations and the industry as a whole. These professionals represent the depth, breadth and diversity that make up women across all functions, roles and responsibilities within the security industry.
Engaging Multinational Police Women on Equality and Rights (EMPoWER), a project from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of State's Counterterrorism Bureau, aims to provide leadership opportunities for women in security.