TSA’s Kimberly Walton Receives Prestigious Roger W. Jones Award for Public Service

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that Executive Assistant Administrator Kimberly Walton was named as a 2020 recipient of the prestigious Roger W. Jones Award.

The American University Key Executive Leadership Program annually awards executives who further their agency’s mission and excel in developing and inspiring those around them.

“Kim is a pillar of the TSA community, serving as President of our Women’s Executives at TSA, an employee advocacy group devoted to developing future leaders and supporting causes like combating violence against women,” said David Pekoske, TSA Administrator. “Kim is recognized across the agency for her contribution and commitment to mentorship, her approachability and her passion for our important transportation security mission.”

The American University Key Executive Leadership Program named four other awardees within the federal government, representing the Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, The Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Defense.

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