2020 marks the 4th year of the Women in Technology Awards and the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania’s continued commitment to celebrating women who are innovators, role models, trailblazers and inspirations within the technology community throughout our region. The event also awards scholarships to female students pursuing STEM disciplines at regional colleges and universities to support and encourage the development of the next generation of talent. The Women In Technology Awards is part of the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania's broader Women In Technology initiative that strives to create an inclusive and level playing field regardless of gender within the technology industry.
In light of the Governor’s guidance on limiting large events to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, this year’s Women In Tech Awards will be a 100% Virtual event.
Combo of VIP reception plus Main Event: TCCP Members = $15/Non-members = $30
Main Event ONLY: TCCP Members = Free/Non-members = $15
This award recognizes an individual’s active commitment to inclusion and diversity in technology.
Roderick Lee, Penn State Harrisburg
Jennifer Oswald, Momentum, Inc
Gwendolyn Poles, South Central PA Sickle Cell Council
This award recognizes an up and coming young woman who is making a difference in technology in our region.
Birgitt Boschitsch, spotLESS Materials Inc.
Kristin Ditterline, GeoDecisions
Maureen Mulvihill, Actuated Medical Inc.
This award recognizes a pioneer who has blazed the trail for other women in technology to follow.
Lori Butler, Select Medical
Roxanne Edwards, Nxtbook Media, LLC
Katie Surra, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
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 15 or more employees).
Janna Knapp, Select Medical
Teresa Laudien, Select Medical
Kathy Shonaiya, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have had a positive impact in the Entrepreneurial/Small Business sector (companies employing less than 15 employees.
Erin Deller, Assemble
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have had an impact in the Public Section/Government.
Gladys Brown Dutrieuille, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
Susan Cooper – Nguyen, Harrisburg Area Community College
Kathryn Hartzell, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
Our WIT Scholarships are awarded to encourage women to continue to excel in technology related disciplines such as computing, engineering and life sciences. Two scholarships (1 – $1500 and 1 – $1000) will be awarded at this year’s WIT Awards event.
Kayla Shuman, Lebanon Valley College
Yasmin Carey, Harrisburg University of Science & Technology
Harrisburg University of Science & Technology
Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI)
Computer Enterprises, Inc
Ben Franklin Technology PArtners
Bybel Rutledge LLP
Capital Blue Cross
HiMay Soar Business Advisors
Life Science Greenhouses of Central PA
Susan Graham Consulting