2021 marks the 5th anniversary of TCCP's Women in Technology Awards. In celebration, this year's event will include a morning Women In Tech Summit followed by the traditional Women In Tech Awards in the evening.
This year’s virtual Women In Tech Summit will include an opening keynote followed by your choice of nine different breakout sessions using the Accelevents virtual platform which also gives attendees the opportunity to connect with one another via chat or video in between sessions.
This year’s virtual Women In Tech Awards will recognize this year’s finalists and celebrate this year’s Award & Scholarship winners using a highly interactive virtual networking platform called Remo. Please check out the list of this year’s WIT Award Finalists and WIT Scholarship Recipients below.
This award recognizes an up and coming young woman who is making a difference in technology in our region.
Kaitlin Capriccio, Select Medical
Diana Martin, Capital Blue Cross
*Melissa Wall, Industrial Resolutions
This award recognizes a pioneer who has blazed the trail for other women in technology to follow.
Dr. Linda M. Null, Penn State Harrisburg
Kelly Powell Logan, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
*Carol Wellington, Shippensburg University
This award recognizes a woman’s active commitment to inclusion and diversity in technology.
*Lindsey Chimel, Parsons Corporation
Michele Fyrster, HM Health Solutions
Shanice L. Mariluz, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
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).
Carol Connor, Capital BlueCross
*Mary-Angela Kenney, Fenner Precision Polymers
Carolina Patrick, Select Medical
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).
Nathalie Baker, Appalachia Technologies, LLC
Ellie Cochran, Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition
*Kate Gallagher, Advanced Metrics
This award recognizes a woman in technology whose contributions have had an impact in the Public Sector/Government.
Linsey Covert, Teamology, LLC
Jill Edwards, Ben Franklin Technology Partnerships in Central – Northern PA
*Dr. Sue Mukherjee, Shippensburg University
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.
Caitlin Colicchio, Bucknell University
Claire Cuvo, Elizabethtown College
*This year’s WIT Scholarships are sponsored by Itero Group, LLC in honor of Elena Bailoni.
Ben Franklin Technology PArtners
Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Bybel Rutledge, LLP
Capital Blue Cross
DiverseIT by TranZed Apprenticeships
Harrisburg University of Science & Technology
Susan Graham Consulting