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WeAreTechWomen are proud to introduce our TechWomen100 judges for 2022

TechWomen100 Meet The Judges

WeAreTechWomen are proud to announce our judges for the 2022 TechWomen100 Awards!

 Judging the TechWomen100 Awards is no easy task!

Several of the judges from last year’s awards state it was one of the hardest judging activities they have ever undertaken, due to the amazing achievements of the women who were nominated. We expect this year will be no different.

For our 2022 TechWomen100 Awards, we are leveraging the extensive experience and industry knowledge of our amazing judges. Each judge has been carefully selected for their expertise or their breadth of knowledge across the technology landscape.

We are also proud to welcome back a number of our 2021 judges including Debbie Forster MBE, CEO, Tech Talent Charter; Caroline Graham, Head of Legal External Engagement, Barclays; Claudine Adeyemi, Founder & CEO at Career Ear; Frank Starling, Founder & Chief Diversity Officer, Variety Pack; and Sheree Atcheson, Group Vice-President of Diversity & Inclusion, Valtech

On behalf of WeAreTechWomen, our sponsors and future nominees, we would like to sincerely thank all of our judges for their dedication to the female pipeline and for donating their valuable time to judge the TechWomen100 Awards in 2022.

The TechWomen100 Awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

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Inspirational Woman: Debbie Forster, CEO, Tech Talent Charter

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Inspirational Woman: Didem Un Ates | General Manager, Data & AI Acceleration, Customer Success EMEA, Microsoft

The 2022 TechWomen100 Awards are now open for nominations!

Our awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

The awards also feature a “Global Award for Achievement” category, to help expand our search for global talent. This category is a female individual who works within the tech industry outside of the UK, whose current position is below director level.

Through the awards, we would also like to recognise a number of senior individuals who are championing up-and-coming women, as well as any organisations that have designed and implemented successful initiatives and programmes in order to attract, retain and develop the female tech talent.

Finally, we applaud the often-voluntary efforts of the women in tech networks that operate across the UK, and again would like to formerly recognise these within our awards.

The process

Nominations open online on 01 July via WeAreTechWomen. Nominations will close after a six-week period on 12 August.

A shortlist of 200 women from a range of technology disciplines will be chosen in October by an esteemed panel of judges. There will also be a shortlist of three Champions, Global Award of Achievement, Companies and Networks.

The shortlist will then be published and we will also open the TechWomen100 individual category for public votes of support.

Winners will be announced in October and celebrated at award’s ceremony on 06 December. There will be 100 winners of the TechWomen100, a Champion of the Year, a Global Award of Achievement, a Company of the Year and a Network of the Year.

Who should nominate?

  • Self-nominations are encouraged
  • Organisations looking to recognise their emerging talent pool
  • Organisation wishing to obtain recognition for their initiatives
  • Individuals who would like to recognise their efforts of their champions/role models
  • Individuals/colleagues/friends/clients/mentors/sponsors of the nominee

Award’s timeline

Nominations open
01 July 2022

Nominations close
12 August 2022

Shortlist announced
03 October 2022

Public vote opens
04 October 2022

Voting closes
07 October 2022

Winners announced
10 October 2022

Winner’s celebration event
06 December 2022

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TechWomen100 Sponsors 2022

TechWomen100 Judges

WeAreTechWomen are proud to introduce our TechWomen100 judges for 2021

TechWomen100 Judges

WeAreTechWomen are proud to announce our judges for the 2021 TechWomen100 Awards!

 Judging the TechWomen100 Awards is no easy task!

Several of the judges from last year’s awards state it was one of the hardest judging activities they have ever undertaken, due to the amazing achievements of the women who were nominated. We expect this year will be no different.

For our 2021 TechWomen100 Awards, we are leveraging the extensive experience and industry knowledge of our amazing judges. Each judge has been carefully selected for their expertise or their breadth of knowledge across the technology landscape.

We are also proud to welcome back a number of our 2020 judges including Debbie Forster MBE, CEO, Tech Talent Charter; Caroline Graham, Head of Legal External Engagement, Barclays; Didem Un Ates, General Manager, Data & AI Acceleration, Customer Success EMEA, Microsoft; Rob McCargow, Director of AI, PwC; and Sheree Atcheson, Global Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Valtech.

On behalf of WeAreTechWomen, our sponsors and future nominees, we would like to sincerely thank all of our judges for their dedication to the female pipeline and for donating their valuable time to judge the TechWomen100 Awards in 2021.

The TechWomen100 Awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

MEET OUR JUDGES

Discover more about our judges

Inspirational Woman: Jacqueline de Rojas | President, techUK

Inspirational Woman: Debbie Forster, CEO, Tech Talent Charter

Inspirational Woman: Didem Un Ates | General Manager, Data & AI Acceleration, Customer Success EMEA, Microsoft

The 2021 TechWomen100 Awards open for nominations on 02 August.

Our awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

The process

Nominations open online on 02 August via WeAreTechWomen. Nominations will close after a six-week period on 10 September.

A shortlist of 200 women from a range of technology disciplines will be chosen in October by an esteemed panel of judges. There will also be a shortlist of three Champions, Global Award of Achievement, Companies and Networks.

The shortlist will then be published and we will also open the TechWomen100 individual category for public votes of support.

Winners will be announced in November and celebrated at a virtual award’s ceremony on 08 December. There will be 100 winners of the TechWomen100, a Champion of the Year, a Global Award of Achievement, a Company of the Year and a Network of the Year.

Who should nominate?

  • Self-nominations are encouraged
  • Organisations looking to recognise their emerging talent pool
  • Organisation wishing to obtain recognition for their initiatives
  • Individuals who would like to recognise their efforts of their champions/role models
  • Individuals/colleagues/friends/clients/mentors/sponsors of the nominee

Award’s timeline

Nominations open
02 August 2021

Nominations close
10 September 2021

Shortlist announced & public vote opens
25 October 2021

Voting closes
05 November 2021

Winners announced
15 November 2021

Winner’s celebration event  (virtual)
08 December 2021


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TechWomen100 Awards Sponsors 2021-1

TechWomen100 Judges

WeAreTechWomen are proud to introduce our TechWomen100 judges for 2020

TechWomen100 Judges

Judging the TechWomen100 Awards is no easy task!

Several of the judges from last year's awards state it was one of the hardest judging activities they have ever undertaken, due to the amazing achievements of the women who were nominated. We expect this year will be no different.

For our 2020 TechWomen100 Awards, we are leveraging the extensive experience and industry knowledge of our amazing judges. Each judge has been carefully selected for their expertise or their breadth of knowledge across the technology landscape.

We are also proud to welcome back a number of our 2019 judges including Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President, techUK; Mark Martin, Computer Science Lead, South Bank Engineering UTC aka Urban Teacher - UK Black Tech; Sheridan Ash, Technology and Investments Director and Women in Technology Leader, PwC; and Debbie Forster MBE, CEO, Tech Talent Charter.

On behalf of WeAreTechWomen, our sponsors and future nominees, we would like to sincerely thank all of our judges for their dedication to the female pipeline and for donating their valuable time to judge the TechWomen100 Awards in 2020.

The TechWomen100 Awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

MEET THE JUDGES


The 2020 TechWomen100 Awards are open for nominations via the WeAreTechWomen site. Our awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

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