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ALEXANDRIA, VA,  September X, 2010 — STGi announced today that Michelle S. Lee, President and CEO has been invited to participate in the Success in the City interview series titled “CEO Chick Chat,” designed for women CEOs and entrepreneurs to share the insights of their success.  Ms. Lee will be interviewed by Success and the City founder Cynthia de Lorenzi.  The interview will be an intimate and personal discussion designed to feel like a comfortable conversation between women about their journey to success. The interview will be taped before a live studio audience comprised of other women leaders and shared online via Success in the City TV.

“The CEO Chick Chat is a great opportunity for me to share my experiences and challenges as a woman and minority business leader with other women who have faced or may be facing similar challenges,” explained Lee.

The interview will highlight Ms. Lee’s path to leadership as well as her aspirations, achievements, and challenges she has encountered along the way.  It will also delve into her attitudes and perspectives about her experiences as a woman CEO and entrepreneur.  The series’ previous participants include veteran journalist Helen Thomas, Katharine Weymouth, publisher of the Washington Post, Robin Wilson, CEO of Robin Wilson Home, and many other influential women leaders.

Known for its unique, fun and unconventional business networking events, Success in the City is a networking organization with members who are women entrepreneurs, senior-level executives and CEOs based in the DC metro area.

The interview will be taped at the offices of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP in Washington, DC on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.  To be a part of the live studio audience, register online.  You can also view the video after October 13th at www.successinthecitytv.com.

About STGi

STG International, Inc. is a woman-owned minority business, founded in 1997 to provide human capital management, medical, and professional services to Federal and private sector clients.  Thanks to steady, exponential growth, STGi now employs more than 1,700 professionals in 38 states and territories, with headquarters in Alexandria, VA, and additional offices across the country.  Dedicated to the Human Mission, STGi proudly supports the nation’s most fundamental imperatives; including Head Start training and technical assistance, medical care for soldiers, and government-wide human resource initiatives, among others.

CONTACT: Jessica Semon, media@stginternational.com, (703) 385-8178 ext. 220


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