Top accolade for Fujitsu leader at the inaugural Women in Tech Awards

  • Top accolade for Fujitsu leader at the inaugural Women in Tech Awards

    Almost 300 leaders from across the technology sector gathered last week for the inaugural Women in Tech Awards organised by Women in Business NI. The ceremony which took place at the Europa Hotel in Belfast was hosted by broadcaster Sarah Travers and featured keynote speaker Deepa Mann-Kler, Chief Executive of Neon alongside Emer Maguire, who provided a musical comedy performance on the night.  

    The awards follow the successful Women in Tech conference held earlier this year which showcased the leaders and organisations who are committed to innovation and helping diversify the technology sector locally.

    Ten members of the Fujitsu NI team attended the awards evening to cheer on two colleagues who were named as finalists at the awards.  Fujitsu’s Mary Scullion was nominated in the ‘C Level Woman of the Year’ category and Moira Barrett was nominated as ‘Digital Transformation Leader’.

    Speaking about the awards, Fujitsu NI Client Director David Clements said: "As a team we are immensely proud of both Moira and Mary for being shortlisted in their respective categories. It was great to see so many women from across the technology sector honoured on the night highlighting the amazing work that they deliver. 

     “Fujitsu has considered diversity and inclusion element on every companies agenda for the past decade and through events and initiatives like the Women in Tech Awards and Conference help inspire and promote continued diversity.

     ‘We are delighted that Mary was named ‘C Level Woman of the Year’. Her commitment to innovation, leadership and progress has delivered outstanding results for her customers over the past twenty years. It is well and truly deserved as was each and every award presented on the night.”

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    Pictured is Mary Scullion from Fujitsu who was named ‘C Level Woman of the Year’ at the NI Women in Tech Awards. 

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