Mary Long: International Association of Women’s VIP Woman of the Year 2015-2016

The International Association of Women (IAW), formerly known as NAPW (National Association of Professional Women), honored Mary Long with the prestigious “VIP Woman of the Year 2015-2016” award for her groundbreaking thesis on unconventional warfare and the power of social media in promoting peace and balance.

Expertise in Healthcare Data and Predictive Analytics

Mary Long’s expertise lies in healthcare data and predictive analytics, focusing on suicide prevention through the use of sophisticated emotionally-empathetic artificial intelligence (AI), predictive psychology, and social media communications utilizing Large Language Models (LLMs).

Multifaceted Professional Background

A Legally Ordained Interfaith Minister, Grief Counselor, Reiki Master Teacher/Therapist, and a Trauma-Informed Medical Yoga Teacher/Therapist, Mary Long is currently a Double Doctoral Candidate for Integrative Medicine (PhD & IMD) at The International Academy of Wellness in Toronto, Ontario. This program is a part of the Doctors Without Borders initiative.

Education and Professional Associations

  • Drexel University College of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences Alumna
  • Member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
  • Studied at Drexel Pennoni Honors College
  • Studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Studied at Avalon Yoga International
  • Studied at Nithyananda Hindu University
  • Studied at International Academy of Wellness

Linguistic Skills and Business Ventures

Mary Long is multilingual, speaking French, Spanish, fluent English, and some German among other languages. She heads several business ventures including:

Collaborations and Partnerships

Collaborating with Treasure Coast Aviation & Safety Services, LLC, Mary Long extends her expertise in various fields, contributing to a service-disabled veteran company.

Mary Long at Google Women Techmakers and Media Recognition

Google Women Techmakers Guest

Mary Long has been an esteemed guest at Google Women Techmakers, a program that demonstrates her commitment to women’s empowerment in technology and engineering. This involvement showcases her as a role model and leader, inspiring other women in STEM fields. Her presence at such prestigious events underlines her significant contributions to technology and innovation.

Featured in International Media

Recognized for her groundbreaking work and thought leadership, Mary Long has been featured in various international media. These features highlight her expertise in healthcare data, predictive analytics, and her pioneering work in emotionally-empathetic AI. Her insights and contributions have made a substantial impact in tech communities and beyond, elevating the discourse around mental health and the role of women in technology.

Author and Mental Health Advocate

As the author of “Be in the Conversation,” Mary Long advocates for mental health awareness and integration of wellness in professional spaces. Her book and speaking engagements address critical issues in mental health, offering perspectives enriched by her extensive background in integrative medicine, technology, and her role as a Reiki Master Teacher. Her work is a beacon for those looking to balance professional success with personal well-being.

Gallery: Mary Long’s Diverse Professional Journey

NAPW’s Recognition of Excellence

In October 2015, Mary Long was named the National Association Of Professional Women’s “VIP WOMAN OF THE YEAR” for 2015-2016, recognizing her for excellence, leadership, and commitment to her profession, while encouraging the achievement of Professional Women. This honor highlights Mary’s dedication to fields like Healthcare Data, Predictive Analytics, and Women’s Empowerment in Technology.

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