The Women in Technology's (WIT) Awards celebrate women in STEAM who live in the state of Georgia for their accomplishments as leaders in business, visionaries, and women who make a difference in their communities. There's also one award presented to a Georgia-based man that champions for women in their networks, workplaces, and communities

Three GTRI employees have been identified as top candidates for WIT Women of the Year in STEAM Awards.

  • Alexa Harter, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM Awards - Engineering Category.
  • Leigh McCook, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM Awards - STEAM Education Category

  • Mark Mitchell, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM - Build Her Up Category

Three Georgia Tech employees are also up for awards:

  • Pinar Keskinocak, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM Awards - Mathematics Category. 

  • Elizabeth Mynatt, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM Awards - Technology Category

  • Johnna Temenoff, a candidate for the 2021 Women of the Year in STEAM Awards - Science Category

WIT is excited to announce their 29th Women of The Year Awards will be held on Oct. 16, at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Being identified as a top candidate is an immense honor. We look forward to finding out if any of these amazing people win their categories.

 

Written by: Katrina Heitz