At Last! Women Leading Tech Awards Shortlist Announced

At Last! Women Leading Tech Awards Shortlist Announced
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As it is our inaugural Women Leading Tech event, there are a lot of ‘firsts’ for everyone involved.

The first ticket, the first speaker, the first award nominee.

And today, we are pleased to announce another first – the first Women Leading Tech Awards shortlist.

So without further ado, please feast your eyes upon the list.

Congratulations to everyone named and we look forward to seeing you all on April 8.

Data Science

Anjuli Bedi Edelman EPIC
Fiona Milne Eliiza
Janene Sproul Murdoch University
Katherine Tuinman Neal Fire & Rescue New South Wales
Mohadeseh Ganji Mondo
Stephanie Morris Quantium

 

Design

Jessa Jakovljevic 86 400
Julia Carter Domain Group
Kate Linton ThoughtWorks
Ronnie Golec CancerAid
Sally Woellner Canva
Sarah Sweeney AKQA

 

Engineering 

Ellie Shin Canva
Kate Andrews Tyro
Olena Aleksieieva Quantium
Paulwyn Devasundaram Canva
Sharina Nisha Vodafone New Zealand
Sijia Chen Rokt

 

Entrepreneur/Founder

Alexandra Watson Code Like a Girl
Emma Jones Project F
Jodi Stanton www.sendgold.com
Judy Sahay Crowd Media Group
Kath Blackham VERSA
Lauren Crystal Your Creative Agency

 


Executive Leader

Helen Souness RMIT Online
Joanna Wong 90 Seconds
Kate Quirke Alcidion
Kathryn Carter Snap Inc
Michelle O’Keeffe engaging.io
Rachelle St Ledger EML Payments

 

Marketing

Danielle Grant PayPal Australia
Jade Meara F5
Liz McKenzie Canva
Rachelle McDermott Blackmores
Sara Palmieri Lenovo
Stephanie Brown Intuit

 

Mentor

Claire Bath Newcastle City Council
Hayley Smith Verizon Media
Jessica Box Girls in Tech Australia
Jo Gaines Salesforce
Lisa Miller Canva
Miranda Kovacic ANZ

 

Product

Christine Sou TransferWise
Georgia Vidler Canva
Greer Ambrose Foxtel Media
Inga Latham SiteMinder
Kimberly Dowsett Tyro
Sarah Anderson Telstra Corporation Limited

 

Sales

Annie Lemaire Brooks Playground XYZ
Brooke McGregor Quantcast
Kristine Celona Verizon Media
Natasha De Mallet Hawes PubMatic
Sophie Hicks Lloyd Network 10
Stephanie Famolaro The Trade Desk

 

Advocacy (for technology companies that have demonstrated a holistic and long-term commitment to females in the business.) 

ANZ
Canva
carsales.com ltd
Domain
Sourced Group
VMware ANZ

 

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