WomenTech Network announced the finalists for its upcoming award ceremony that will celebrate 100,000 women, minorities, and allies in tech.
WomenTech, the world's largest community for women in tech with more than 4300 ambassadors representing 161 countries, named Breathe Happy as a finalist to be recognised at the largest virtual awards live celebration in technology for women, minorities and their allies, WomenTech Global Awards 2020, on December 03th across 16 time zones.
2238 contestants from 153 countries in 22 categories
Breathe Happy earned the finalist spot in the Generational Inclusion Award
for their pioneering efforts in using technology to enable wellness for healthy ageing. Breathe Happy is working on delivering personalised, remote wellbeing programs leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for older adults.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be a finalist for this award. Not only is this a recognition of our team but also solidifies our belief in the work we are doing in using technology for positive social impact.” - Shiti Rastogi Manghani Co-Founder & CEO, Breathe Happy
The WomenTech Global Awards 2020 are a natural continuation of the WomenTech Global Conference 2020, the largest virtual conference for women in tech.
When COVID-19 was dominating the news and everybody was isolated at home back in March, Anna and her team decided to demonstrate how women were persevering. They created a space for +100 000 women in tech, minorities, and allies from 181 countries to get together, collaborate, and find ways to innovate and adapt to the new world created by the pandemic.
“We understand the importance of celebrating small and big successes while adapting to a life in a digital-first world. This is why we want to give visibility and recognition to accomplished and aspiring female tech leaders as well as allies, working toward a more equal and inclusive world.” - Anna Radulovski CEO & Founder at WomenTech Network
Since 2018 Anna and her team have engaged 141k+ tech specialists to join in building a diverse global community inspiring and reaching more than 1 million people in 2020 alone. The Network strives to increase gender diversity in the workplace to improve equality across all areas like representation, promotion and equal pay.