Women in Technology WA Awards Night! | The Scoop

Women in Technology WA Awards Night! | The Scoop

Women in Technology WA (WiTWA) is the leading advocate for diversity, inclusion, and equity for women in technology in Western Australia. On 10 November 2023, WiTWA celebrated its 25th Annual awards night at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Idoba was lucky enough to have four ladies shortlisted as finalists recognising their significant achievements in technology. SANDRA TRANG for Architecture, Development and QA This is for the women who love problems and know how to create solutions. It’s for the visionaries, the coders, the builders, the developers, the architects, and the deep thinkers who transform ideas into working products in a beautiful and agile way. They’re the smooth operators of strategy formation, architectural design, software development, automation and applications.

KATE VAISUTIS for Cyber, Security and Privacy

This award is for the industry’s most stand-out women in cyber, tech security, and privacy, those showing a demonstrable effect on the constant mission to keep networks, stakeholders and end users safe from malicious actors.

Women In Tech Awards 2023

JACINTA REYNOLDS for Advocacy, Community & Volunteering

This award is for the women who have gone out of their way to support the cause of getting more women and diversity into technology, STEM or digital – those who have pioneered and led to inspire women to succeed in technology.

KATE LONGMAN for Delivery, Project Management & IT Support

These are the women who make sure everything works; developing, monitoring and planning systems, processes and procedures for the rest of us. The teams who work tirelessly to deliver the best solutions, on time, on budget and with the right infrastructure. Some call them magicians!

Celebrating those who were shortlisted as finalists, Sarah Coleman said, “Many congratulations to Sandra, Kate, Jacinta and Kate for being shortlisted as finalists in their respective categories. It is a fantastic acknowledgement of their work and commitment to making a positive difference within idoba”.