Marie A Myszkier
Lead Supplier Diversity Advocate Sandia National Laboratory
Marie is a Supplier Diversity Advocate at Sandia National Laboratories where she is responsible for the identification and utilization of qualified, capable small businesses to partner with Sandia to achieve its national security mission. Her focus is support of small businesses, specializing in SDB/8(a), HUBZone companies and Alaskan Native Corporations and Indian Tribes. Additionally, Marie is Program Manager of Operations & Reporting for the Small Business Utilization Department. Her responsibilities include outreach & in-reach activities, management of subcontracting plans, small business socio-economic analysis and reporting and special projects.
Marie joined Sandia National Laboratories in September, 2002. Before joining the Small Business Utilization Department she was the Sandia Small Business Advocate and Laboratory Point of Contact for SBIR/STTR programs. She was also Financial Lead for the Material Protection, Control & Account (MPC&A) program within the International Security Programs. Prior to joining Sandia National Laboratories Marie was a Project Manager in the Cash Processes / Revenue Accounting group at Gap, Inc., Project Manager in the Shared Services Center at Honeywell, Inc. and a Financial Analyst at Chrysler Corporation.
Marie earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Detroit; studied abroad at Oxford University and in Volterra, Italy. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Michigan University and has received certifications in Supplier Diversity (CSDP) from the Alliance of Supplier Diversity Professionals; and in Project Management (GWCPM) from George Washington University.