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Alumna Keough Receives BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award

Alumna Keough Receives BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award

E-Structors CEO Julie Keough (B.S., EE, '87) has received a Baltimore SmartCEO 2009 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award.

The award recognizes 25 female CEOs who have been able grow successful companies and remain actively involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic acts. Each winner was profiled in the July issue of SmartCEO and will be featured in the digital edition of the magazine. The winners were selected by an independent panel of business leaders.

As co-founder and CEO of E-Structors, Inc., Julie Keough plays a key role in the company’s development of proprietary, state-of-the-art equipment and processes to safely destroy and recycle computers, electronics and documents.

Prior to founding E-Structors in 2003 with her husband Michael, Julie worked as an electrical engineer. She also served as a channel account manager for Mentor Technologies and a technical services manager for McCabe & Associates, a leading application lifecycle management company. She holds a master’s degree in business administration from Loyola College and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland College Park.

September 5, 2009


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