One winner from each of the following categories was selected and announced at this event:
Woman of the Year in Science Winner:
Compliance Sr. Director at Equifax
Woman of the Year in Technology Winner:
Executive Vice President at NCR
Woman of the Year in Engineering Winner:
SVP, Head of Treasury Technology at Truist
Woman of the Year Arts Winner:
Denise Nicole Francis
Product Design Lead at Salesforce
Woman of the Year Mathematics Winner:
AVP, Enterprise Data Management & Enablement at Cox Automotive
Woman of the Year S.T.E.A.M Education Winner:
Mathematics Educator & STEM Scholar Academy Coordinator at Sprayberry High School
Woman to Watch Winner:
Trina L. Hill
SVP, Technology Consumer Bank & Finance at Synchrony
Build Her Up Winner:
IT Manager at Synovus
Single Mother of the Year Winner:
Girl of the Year Winner:
Walton High School
Campus Club of the Year Winner:
Gwinnett Technical College
Volunteer of the Year Winner:
Key Account Manager at Pyramid Consulting
The Single Mother of the Year, sponsored by RNDC and Verizon Wireless. Shatara Davis will receive a $10,000 scholarship.
The Girl of the Year, Zareenah Ahmed, will be receiving a $5,000 scholarship sponsored by State Farm.
The Campus Club of the Year, Gwinnett Technical College, will be receiving a $10,000 scholarship sponsored by ADP and The Coca-Cola Company.
“With the conclusion of our final signature event of the year, we are excited to shift our focus to planning programs and events that will continue to educate, uplift, and inspire women from the classroom to the boardroom,” said Collins.
About Women In Technology (WIT)
Women in Technology (WIT) empowers and educates women and girls about opportunities in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) from the classroom to the boardroom. We do this by providing our community with education, exposure and experience. By sharing the stories of successful professionals across the STEAM fields, we encourage all generations of girls and women to write their future.
Today, WIT has over 25,000 members in Georgia, 48,000 members worldwide and our team of more than 250 volunteers deliver professional development and networking opportunities to each of our professionals and programs at no charge to more than 4,000 students. WIT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and we are committed to making Georgia the state with the highest percentage of women in the STEAM workforce by partnering with our community to provide opportunities that champion women throughout their education and career.
SOURCE Women In Technology