Ms. Cory Darden Milam is a California native with a passion for technology and leadership development.  As the Director of the Office of Innovation within the Office of Information Technology & Management at The Food and Drug Administration her focus is on enabling leading edge technologies, providing strategic direction to the agency’s scientific computing program and delivering collaborative knowledge management designed to enhance the agency’s ability to execute its mission to protect the public health.  Ms. Milam has served in a wide array of Federal Government and private sector positions providing her extensive knowledge, experience, and application of project and program management practices.  Ms. Milam has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Information Systems Management (University of the Potomac) and a Master of Science (Project Management) from The George Washington University.


Currently, Cory celebrates 10 years of continuous service as she serves in the role of Chapter President for the award-winning Glamorous Gamma Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., the first African American Sorority created for business and professional Women.  She is honored to serve on the National Headquarters Committee and continues in her role as a contributor to the Lola Mercedes Parker Foundation, the Sorority’s non-profit arm.  Cory shares the legacy of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. with her sister, Soror Nicole.

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