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Women in Technology Names Electrosoft CEO Dr. Sarbari Gupta a 2024 WIT Leadership Award Finalist February 5, 2024

Women in Technology has selected Electrosoft’s CEO, Dr. Sarbari Gupta, as a Small Business/Entrepreneur finalist for the organization’s 25th Annual WIT Leadership Awards. The annual awards program recognizes women entrepreneurs in Virginia who embody WIT values, exemplifying leadership, achievement, as well as mentorship and community engagement.

“I am a big believer in women connecting with other women and girls to share wisdom and experience and I’m committed to doing the same for the next generation of entrepreneurs, leaders, and doers,” said Dr. Gupta. “It’s a delight to be recognized among this impressive pool of finalists for the WIT Leadership Awards.”

As founder and CEO of Electrosoft, Dr. Gupta is successfully leading the company on a growth trajectory that, in 2023, achieved 66% increase in year-over-year revenue growth with a 28% increase in workforce. The vast majority of her community service engagements are directed at mentoring girls and young women.

WIT Leadership Award finalists will be honored at a Finalist Appreciation Event on April 10 in Reston, Virginia. The list of 2024 award finalists is available here.


Electrosoft delivers comprehensive technology-based solutions and services that propel mission success for federal government customers. Specializing in cybersecurity, Electrosoft supports civilian and defense organizations in advancing cybersecurity postures, achieving digital transformation and adopting agile approaches to improve operational efficiency and security. Recognized for deep domain knowledge and mature management practices, the company is rated at Maturity Level 3 for CMMI-DEV and CMMI-SVC and is certified under ISO 9001, ISO 20000-1, and ISO 27001. The rapidly growing 8(a), economically disadvantaged, women-owned small business (EDWOSB) and WOSB is headquartered in Reston, Virginia. Learn more at

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