WeAreTechWomen are proud to announce their 2019 TechWomen100 Awards winners

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WeAreTechWomen and J.P. Morgan are proud to announce the winners of the 2019 TechWomen100 Awards.

The winners of these awards showcase remarkable women within the technology and STEM sector including Alicia Carolina Beylan Navarrete, a Backend Software Engineer at Deliveroo who was recently awarded an exceptional talent visa sponsored by TechNation; Moriah Baxevane-Connell, a Cloud Consultant at Google, who works with customers across Europe to optimise their usage of Google Cloud Platform; Emma Lindley, an advisor and author on digital identity, and is also co-founder of Women in Identity, a not-for-profit organisation focused on developing talent and diversity in the identity industry; and Eva Meyer de Stadelhofen, Founder of GirlCode, an international non-profit and network which aims to reduce the gender gap in the STEM industry by teaching girls of age 8-17 how to code.

The winners include individuals from leading firms such as the BBC, Starling Bank, Morrisons, University of Oxford, John Lewis, Cancer Research UK, The Alan Turing Institute, Microsoft and many more.

Alongside the individual TechWomen100 category, we are also pleased to announce the winners of the Champions category, Company of the Year and Network of the Year.

Since August 2019, WeAreTechWomen has been searching the UK for the best female tech talent in the country. The TechWomen100 awards are the first of their kind to focus solely on the female tech talent pipeline and to also recognise the impact of champions, companies and networks that are leading the way for future generations of tech talent. This year’s winners join an alumni of 150 winners from 2018 and 2017.

Vanessa Vallely OBE, Founder of WeAreTechWomen, said, “At WeAreTechWomen we have made it our personal mission to shine a spotlight on women working in tech. Our strategic aim is to highlight 1000 female future leaders in technology by 2025. The response to this year’s awards has been fantastic and the calibre of entries has been outstanding! I am so proud to see so many women in tech recognised for their achievements and look forward to celebrating our winners and their achievements.”

The awards were entered by over 700 nominations from across the UK and Ireland and 40,000 votes of support from across the globe. The calibre of entries for these awards was exceptional and all of the judges stated how difficult it was to arrive at the shortlist due to the amazing achievements of our nominees.

The 2019 awards are headline sponsored by J.P. Morgan and supported by Accenture, BAE Systems, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Dell Technologies, Informed Solutions, Lloyds Banking Group, Oliver Wyman, OpenFin and Worldpay.

The winners will be invited to attend an award’s ceremony on 23 January 2020 at Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster, London. Guest tickets are available to purchase here.

Find the full list of winners in alphabetical order here

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