WiT Awards Wrap Up
The winners of the prestigious 18th annual Women in Technology awards were privileged to attend a morning tea hosted by the Hon Leeane Enoch, Minister for Science and Innovation.
Minister Enoch said the morning tea was an opportunity to congratulate and celebrate the winners and acknowledge the important role they play in encouraging more women into science and technology.
“Advance Queensland is about positioning Queensland as a place where entrepreneurs, industry, universities and government work collaboratively to turn great ideas into investable products and growing businesses that create the jobs of the future.
“The Queensland Government’s partnership with Women in Technology is just one example of how we’re working collaboratively to put Queensland women on the innovation map,” Ms Enoch said.
This year’s award winners are confident, clever and capable.
From pioneering lifesaving medical research to developing vaccines and medicines, leading diversity initiatives and running successful and innovative businesses, these women are leading the way in technology and life sciences.
The award winners were thrilled to share their success stories with the Minister.
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WiT is one of Queensland's most respected and active technology industry associations. We aim to support, develop, recognise and promote the achievements of women in the technology industries through advocacy, networking events, breakfasts, professional development, mentoring, our Board Readiness Program and the prestigious WiT Awards.