Angela Nolan, Vistacom’s Chief Operating Officer, was recently recognized in Connected World’s annual 2020 Women of Technology and IoT list.
It’s a well-known fact: women are vastly underrepresented in the tech sector. Consider some of the tech giants in the world today: Google’s tech team is 76% male, while Apple’s tech team is 77% male. But women are still fighting their way to the top and Connected World’s annual list recognizes some of the up-and-coming powerful women in technology and how they are driving insights and innovation across a host of vertical markets.
Nominations for the list are submitted by industry professionals and researched by Connected World’s editorial team. The entries are then judged by a panel of past winners who determine the new winners based on established criteria including:
- Involvement with technology;
- How each individual has helped a company prosper and progress;
- How she has contributed to the growth of technology;
- How she has mentored other women and goes above and beyond to support other women in business, technology, transformation, and her local community.
Angela joins the ranks of past winners including, Beverly Rider, CCO, Hitachi and Kimberly Green-Kerr, SVP, T-Mobile.
“Diversity is really driving innovation in technology and I’m honored to be included with so many women who are influential in making these changes happen. This is only the beginning of great things to come.” ~ Angela Nolan
You can view Connected World’s full list of 2020 winners here.