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May 24, 2016

Women in Comms’ Leading Lights Awards Winners Revealed

Filed under: Financial Management — Sandi Mays @ 5:27 pm

Zayo won!!!! Most Inspiring Woman in Communications.  I am in awe of the women who were nominated.  This is such an amazing opportunity to see leaders who are making a real difference changing the diversity numbers with real results!!

sandi mays accepting most inspirational woman in comms award

http://www.lightreading.com/business-employment/women-in-comms/women-in-comms-leading-lights-awards-winners-revealed-/a/d-id/723561

What better way to cap off a fantastic day of networking, panel discussions and a job fair than by honoring some of the leading women in the comms industry? That’s just what Women in Comms did last night at the Leading Lights awards dinner at the Hotel Ella in Austin, Texas.

Congratulations to the three winners of WiC’s inaugural 2016 Leading Lights awards:

  • Female-Led Startup to Watch: Grid4C and CEO Noa Ruschin Rimini, Ph.D.
  • Most Inspiring Woman in Comms: Sandi Mays, EVP of IT, Billing, Client Service Management, Tranzact, and Big Data, Zayo Group Inc.(NYSE: ZAYO)
  • Hedy Lamarr Award for Female Tech Pioneer of the Year: Yvette Kanouff, Senior Vice President/General Manager (SVP/GM) of the Service Provider Business (SP), Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO)

You can read more about our winners and their fellow finalists in the following blogs: WiC Leading Lights Finalists: Hedy Lamarr Award for Female Tech Pioneer of the Year , WiC Leading Lights Finalists: Most Inspiring Woman in Comms , WiC Leading Lights Finalists: Female-Led Startup to Watch andWomen in Comms Leading Lights: The Finalists.

The winners were voted on by the WiC Board of Directors, with help from the editors of Light Reading and analysts of Heavy Reading. They were announced Monday evening, at the Leading Lights dinner, after WiC’s one-day conference and job fair and ahead of the Big Communications Event, taking place today and tomorrow in Austin. Check back all week for more coverage of all the action.

Congratulations to our winners — and all the finalists — and thank you for leading the way for women in comms!

 

 

 

 

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