Highlights of the big night.


35 tech visionaries were honored at Women 2.0 Awards. Held February 12th at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, the Women 2.0 Awards attracted top tech leaders, recognizing their significant contributions to creating change for the rising generation of tech innovators. Honoring company culture, leadership, industry impact, lifetime achievement, and other noteworthy successes, Women 2.0 recognized tech icons including Kara Swisher (Re/code), Megan Smith (U.S. Chief Technology Officer), Selina Tobaccowala (SurveyMonkey President and CTO), and carefully-selected investment, engineering, entrepreneurial, and media change-makers.

“We are thrilled to honor the outstanding impact these individuals have had disrupting their industries and inspiring future generations of tech leaders,” said Shaherose Charania, CEO and Co-Founder of Women 2.0. “We’ve been seeing a growing community of founders and investors that don’t fit the ‘typical mold’ for the tech company founder, and investor. This new community is different, it’s innovative, and it’s driving change for the tech workforce, and leaders of tomorrow. In addition, is these leaders are closely tied to the Women 2.0 community and we have been watching them reach new heights while they simultaneously give back with of their energy, time and knowledge to the Women 2.0 community.”

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