Saturday, September 9, 2017

ABIE Awards

There are a number of women technologists around the world who commit their work and time on making the world a better place for the future generations. In honor of their commitment to the social responsibility, Anita Borg Institute awards them with ABIE awards every year.

Each year these awesome women will be honored with a cash prize, and all expense paid trip to GHC and an opportunity to speak at GHC to motivate other women. The award has 7 categories to cover a wide area of involvement in community.

Technical Leadership ABIE Award

This award is to recognize women who demonstrate leadership through their contributions to technology and achievements in increasing the representation of women in tech.

ABIE Award for Leadership

This is for the women who serve in significant leadership roles in advancing technology, who has a strong focus on increasing women’s representation and success in the field.

ABIE Award for Technology Entrepreneurship

This award recognizes women who build innovative, ground breaking, and game changing technology venture startups.

Denice Denton Emerging Leader ABIE Award

This is for junior faculty members for high quality research and significant positive impact on diversity.

Richard Newton Educator ABIE Award

This is for the educators who develop innovative teaching practices and approaches to attract girls and women to STEM fields.

Student of Vision

This award is to recognize a young female student who commit their time to facilitate the development of technology in their communities.

Social Impact ABIE Award

This recognizes a women whose work is making a positive social impact on women, technology and the society.

Change Agent ABIE Award

This goes to a non us resident (specially the women in developing countries), who makes a change by creating and expanding opportunities for women in technology.

Want to see these awesome women who won the ABIE awards in 2017? Here is the list of the award winners with their profiles. Join with us at GHC 2017 to listen to these awesome women speak and share their experience.

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