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2018 Connected World Women of M2M Celebrates Women in Innovation

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The Women Celebrated This Year Have Led Companies Worldwide To New IoT Realms With Their Research, Advocacy, And Dedication To Empowering Young Women

The 2018 Connected World Women of M2M (WoM2M) or as we now refer to IoT (Internet of Things) award winners epitomize women’s strength, smarts, charisma, dedication, and staying power.

Peggy Smedley
Peggy Smedley

The annual list enters its sixth year, celebrating a group of IoT executives who are helping drive the industry forward. The women celebrated this year have led companies worldwide to new IoT realms with their research, advocacy, and dedication to empowering young women.

“We are beginning to make strides toward helping young women become more interested in IoT—but we still have a ways to go,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World. “The women honored this year demonstrate how to lead in a way that inspires innovation.”

The 2018 WoM2M include:

  • Irish Anshel, Chief Scientist, SecureRF Corp.
  • Shay Bahramirad, Director of Distribution System Planning, Smart Grid, and Innovation, ComEd
  • Ayah Bdeir, Founder and CEO, littleBits
  • Liat Ben-Zur, Senior VP and Digital Technology Leader, Royal Phillips
  • Jagruti Bhikha, Founding Partner and Coauthor, Wingpact
  • Rani Borkar, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft
  • Beverley Bryant, Chief Operating Officer, System C and Graphnet Care Alliance
  • Margaret Burgraff, VP, Software and Services Group and General Manager, Global Software Enabling, Intel
  • Hannah Chung, Cofounder and Chief Creative Officer, Sproutel
  • Lisa Dolan, VP, Supply Chain Strategy, ALOM
  • Colleen Egan, Director of People, Culture, and Endless Possibilities, Clarity Partners
  • Michelle Fleury, Corporate Senior Director, Data Protection Officer, Cisco Systems
  • Alison Gleeson, Senior VP of the Americas, Cisco Systems
  • Tina Gravel, Senior VP of Global Channels and Strategic Alliances, Cryptzone
  • Jugnu Guupta, Senior Director, Product Management, Xfinity IoT Ecosystem
  • Stephanie Hayes, Director of M2M Operations, Verizon
  • Archana Jain, Chief Information Officer, Verizon Partner Solutions
  • Julie Judd, CTO, Ventura County Office of Education
  • Sarabjot Kaur, Founder and Co-CEO, Experfy
  • Danessa Lambdin, VP of Cybersecurity Solutions, AT&T
  • Christy Lane, Founder and Co-CEO, Vivametrica
  • Leticia Latino-van Splunteren, CEO, Neptuno USA Corp./SmartTecPort
  • Nora Levinson, President and CEO, Caeden
  • Michelle Longmire, CEO, Medable
  • Diane McKinzie, Chief Information Officer, Workday
  • Elizabeth Montina Andrews, CFO, HMS Technologies
  • Marion Moreau, Director, Sigfox Foundation
  • Ann O’Dea, CEO and Cofounder, Silicon Republic
  • Lisa Park, Assistant VP of Corporate Development, AT&T
  • Cyra Richardson, General Manager, AI and IoT, Microsoft
  • Maryam Rofougaran, Cofounder and Co-CEO, Movandi Corp.
  • Dr. Jennifer Schneider, Chief Medical Officer, Livongo
  • Deborah Sherry, General Manager and Chief Commercial Officer, GE Digital Europe
  • Illona Simpson, Head of Cross Functional Services Information Technology (CIO), innogy SE
  • Shawn Stavseth, Digital Strategy and Innovation Adviser, Cargill
  • Kelli Thomas-Drake, President and Founder, MyPurpleFolder
  • Lynda Ting, VP and Global Head of Business Development, M&A and Strategy, GE Digital
  • Lisa Tuttle, Chief Information Security Officer, SPX Corp.
  • Radhika Venkatraman, Senior VP, Network and Technology, Verizon
  • Deanna Wise, EVP and CIO, Dignity Health
  • Ingrid Wistrand, Cofounder and Deputy CEO, Tele2 IoT
  • Cami Zimmer, EVP of Business Development and Marketing, Glympse

The 2018 Women of IoT in Marketing include:

  • Hillary Cain, Corporate Storyteller, Technology Enthusiast, ARM
  • Lynne Canavan, VP of Marketing, OpenFog Consortium
  • Tracy Coutemanche, Director of Marketing, Schneider Electric
  • Stacy Destito, Director, Corporate Marketing, Itron
  • Rhonda Dirvin, Senior Director, Embedded, and Automotive Marketing, ARM
  • Alison Garback, Chief Marketing Officer, New Signature
  • Kathleen Landry, Senior Director, Marketing, Sierra Wireless
  • Eleanor Sylvan, VP, Marketing, Mobile Mark
  • Holly Tatum, Director of Marketing, AutonomouStuff
  • Victoria Vermillion, Lead Product Marketing Manager, AT&T
  • Glenna Wiseman, Founding Principal, Identity3

New this year, Connected World honors its first Hall of Fame winner. Beverly Rider is SVP and Chief Commercial Officer at Hitachi and embraces leadership philosophies that foster teaming and collaborative strategies while driving sales, revenues, and organizational enhancements.

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