National Association of Professional Women Honors Diane Griffin President / CEO of Security First & Associates into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle

The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) honors Diane Griffin President & CEO of Security First & Associates. as a 2015-2016 VIP Woman of the Year. Ms. Griffin is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in business. NAPW is the nation’s leading networking organization exclusively for professional women, boasting 850,000 members and over 200 operating Local Chapters.

Ms. Griffin started Security First & Associates after serving in high-level security positions for a wide variety of government contractors, Ms. Griffin was already a member of a very small club: women at the upper echelons of this traditionally male-dominated field. As a women entrepreneur, heeding her instincts to form her own company providing outsourced security resources to these same companies, Griffin entered an even more selective circle of peers.

“An increased focus on security at all levels of government agencies and projects following the events of September 11, 2001 created an enormous need within the government services arena for a company that could maintain an up-to-the-minute, in-depth knowledge of security rules and regulations and bring any given work or project up to the standards of such regulations. I saw the opportunity to fill this void and at the same time provide my client base with a security services company that they could outsource work to in order to realize time- and cost-efficiencies.

“Hopefully, I am at the beginning of what will be a growing trend, to see more women in leadership roles within the security industry.”

This is a GREAT honor to be chosen the as VIP Woman of the Year

For more information on Security First & Associates, please contact Diane Griffin at ((443) 255-6621 or via e-mail at sfa@securityfirstassociates.com

Visit Security First & Associates online at http://www.securityfirstassociates.com.

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