We want you to help us find five founders to recognize by January 8th! By Shaherose Charania (Founder & CEO, Women 2.0) At Women 2.0 we live in the future.
And in our future, people won’t say “female founder.” They will simply say “founder” as there won’t be a need to recognize the difference.
In our future, there is an equal mix of men and women in the tech industry, and a diverse range of talented individuals get recognized for their achievements in tech.
This is the foundation behind The Women 2.0 Awards. We invite you to live in the future with us by nominating an outstanding founder of a tech company who you think deserves recognition.
Five founders will be awarded on stage at The Women 2.0 Awards. We encourage you to nominate a founder as many times as you'd like - the more nominations a founder has - the higher their chance of being considered. The five will be chosen by a closed-door Women 2.0 committee. This award category was inspired by our Founders to Watch series.
So hurry and get your submissions in! The deadline to nominate founders is January 8.
About the author: Shaherose is a purpose-driven Product Marketing leader. She was previously, the CEO and Co-founder of Women 2.0. She began her career working at various startups in Silicon Valley in Product Management and Marketing at: Ribbit (British Telecom), Talenthouse and JAJAH (sold to Telefonica/O2). She is an active advisor to early stage technology startups through her pre-incubator, Founder Labs which she founded in 2010 and sits on the Board of Directors for Good World Solutions. Shaherose holds a B.A. in Business Admin from The University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business. Follow her on Twitter at @shaherose