Entering its 14th year, the 2024 Bupa everywoman Technology Awards are open for nominations. Act now — nominate and celebrate your inspiring colleagues and friends.

The annual everywoman in Technology Awards, celebrating the most inspirational women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), are open for nominations.

The awards programme recognises all career stages from apprenticeships to the C-suite, across many different professional and technical categories. Nominations close on 9/10/2023 so please celebrate the women who are working to make a difference.

The awards’ diverse judging panel includes Andrea Palmer, Chair of BCS Women.

Reflecting the IT industry’s ever-changing nature, 2024 sees a new award category: The AI Award. It will be given to a woman who is excelling in her role and making a tangible difference to her business in the field of artificial intelligence.

Legacy, origins and the future

Maxine Benson MBE, co-founder of everywoman explains: ‘Since 1999, everywoman has been working to advance women in business and help organisations to achieve their gender goals via our awards programmes, learning and development content, and our training that’s been delivered to over 200,000 women.’

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The new partnership between everywoman and Bupa reflects the tech industry’s responsibility to attract and retain female tech talent, ensuring that women are fully supported to fulfil their career ambitions in order to support growth.

Nimisha Patel, Chief Digital & Information Officer at Bupa Global & UK, comments: ‘Technology is key to delivering the best healthcare solutions for our customers. It underpins innovation, helps people to be proactive with their health and supports us in being more sustainable. Partnering with everywoman will help women to continue making the impact they already are, and to become the brave, caring, and responsible leaders of the future - not just for tech, but for business.’

Please nominate the women whom you believe are making a difference here.