2022 WOMEN IN TECH AWARDS
This Year’s Women In Tech Award Categories Include:
NEXT GEN AWARD FINALISTS
This award recognizes an up-and-coming young woman who is making a difference in technology in our region.
Dr. Shailaja Agrawal, Aptagen LLC
Srinija Amisthapur, Bell Info Solutions
Erin Bixler, Advanced Metrics
MOXIE AWARD FINALISTS
This award recognizes a pioneer who has blazed the trail for other women in technology to follow.
Nathalie A. Baker, Appalachia Technologies, LLC
Emily Landis, Lancaster Science Factory
Dr. Jeonghwa Lee, Shippensburg University
DIVERSITY/INCLUSION AWARD FINALISTS
This award recognizes a woman’s active commitment to inclusion and diversity in technology.
Dr. Sara Atwood, Elizabethtown College
Anna C. Erb, DSW, LCSW, Advanced Metrics
Shanice L. Mariluz, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
IMPACT AWARD – PRIVATE SECTOR/MEDIUM TO LARGE BUSINESS FINALISTS
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have made a positive impact in the Private Sector/Medium to Large Business market (companies employing 50 or more employees).
Jessica Gutierrez, cyberconIQ
Kelly L. Hall, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Tracie Hockman, Capital Blue Cross
IMPACT AWARD – PRIVATE SECTOR/ENTREPRENEUR TO SMALL BUSINESS FINALISTS
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have had a positive impact in the Entrepreneurial/Small Business sector (companies employing less than 50 employees).
Angela Faretta, TREYSTA
Elyse Irvis, B.L.A.C.C. (Building Legacy and Celebrating Culture)
Nancy Martindell, JMA Resources, Inc.
IMPACT AWARD – PUBLIC SECTOR/GOVERNMENT FINALISTS
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have had an impact in the Public Sector/Government.
Sheri R. Collins, PA Department of Community & Economic Development
Penny Fisher, Info-Matrix Corporation
Elizabeth M. Parry, County of Dauphin