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The Women in Technology association named its top chiefs for 2021 during a virtual occasion Thursday night.
Winners were looked over across a range of organizations and non-benefits for the motivation they give and to the huge effect they have on the innovation community.
The 2021 victors are:
"Though this previous year introduced extraordinary difficulties, our central goal to celebrate rousing female innovators in the innovation local area stays unfaltering," said Daphne Wotherspoon, WIT president. "The current year's victors address an interesting gathering as they've demonstrated their capacity to beat difficulty and keep on focusing on advancement, even in the midst of strife."
Booz Allen Hamilton got the Corporate Leadership Award from the Leadership Foundry, a program of WIT made to get ready ladies for corporate board administration. The honor perceives public organizations that are having an effect in sex variety on their sheets and in the chief suite.
Six out of nine of Booz Allen's senior corporate leaders are ladies. Five of its 11 board individuals are women.
The 20201 WIT President's Award went to Cristine Gollayan, a ranking director with Sony and president-elect of Women in Technology. She was perceived as a good example for ladies in innovation and network protection and her work to advance STEM instruction and careers.