Congratulations Joy Chua (meldCX EVP of Strategy & Development) on becoming a finalist at ARN Women in ICT Awards!
ARN is proud to announce finalists of the Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) in 2022, underpinned by record-breaking representation as female accomplishment and achievement hits new heights in Australia.
Mirroring the entire local ecosystem, 240 finalists (220 individuals and 20 companies) make the shortlist from a pool of over 120 organisations and more than 325 nominations, spanning partner, telco, vendor and distributor businesses.
“ARN congratulates Joy Chua on becoming a finalist in the Innovation category,” said Cherry Yumul, vice president of Channel at Foundry. “Once again the bar has been raised by countless examples of inspirational women leading the way in technology -- we are proud and privileged to be celebrating each and every one of them.”
The Innovation award recognises a creative-thinking candidate who is a standout in bringing innovation to life through a big picture and out-of-the-box approach to business. This individual is unrivalled at converting embryonic ideas into viable working solutions through a unique thought process designed to continually push the envelope.
Female leaders are located across the entire country from multiple states and territories, including New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
In 2022, WIICTA will house the largest celebration of female excellence within the technology channel across Australia.
The awards program will honour the channel across eight categories, spanning Innovation, Technical, Entrepreneur, Graduate, Rising Star, Shining Star, Achievement and D&I Champion (Company and Individual) awards.
The winners will now be selected by an executive panel of more than 150 industry judges, acknowledging creativity, innovation and excellence. Set for Friday 20 May, the winners will be announced at an in-person celebration lunch at Hyatt Regency in Sydney.