Megan Baird Named Top 25 Women in Technology

20 March, 2023
Megan Baird

Megan Baird


Bohler’s Megan Baird, PE an Associate in our Herndon, VA office, has been named one of the Top 25 Women in Technology by Mission Critical Magazine. This recognition is a testament to Megan’s expertise, leadership, and dedication to the data center industry.

Megan is Bohler’s go-to resource for designing data centers. She’s overseen the site design and permitting for more than eight million square feet of data centers across northern Virginia and has extensive experience partnering with clients to navigate complex challenges and move these projects forward. She has been very involved in 7×24 and Women in Mission Critical Operations (WiMCO), continuously identifying ways to share her experience and insights with others in the industry. She is also a founding member and current Co-Chair of Bohler’s Women’s Professional Network, through which she empowers other rising women to grow in their careers.

Mission Critical Magazine is a publication that provides insights and information on the latest trends, news, and best practices in the data center industry. It caters to a wide range of professionals involved in the industry, including owners, operators, designers, engineers, architects, IT specialists, and others.

The publication’s Top 25 Women in Technology feature is an annual list that celebrates the contributions of exceptional women in the data center industry. The list includes women who have made significant contributions in the industry through their leadership, innovation, and expertise, as well as their contributions to their individual organizations. Nominees are evaluated on their achievements, industry impact, community involvement, and ability to serve as role models and inspire the next generation of women in technology.

Megan has been instrumental in helping Bohler’s clients succeed in this fast-paced and ever-evolving industry. Her inclusion on this prestigious list is proof of her invaluable contributions not only to Bohler, but the entire industry as well.

Read Megan’s profile in Mission Critical Magazine here.

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