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Award Winners for Women in Technology Wisconsin Announced

About Women in Technology Wisconsin:The mission of Women in Technology – Wisconsin (WIT) is to grow, attract, and retain women in technology-related careers. With programming designed for women in executive, senior, manager and entry-level technology positions, WIT provides an opportunity for networking, exchanging of ideas, and personal and professional growth. For more information, visit www.witwisconsin.com

July 23, 2018 – Appleton, Wis.  – Women in Technology Wisconsin (WIT) has announced the winners of their Impact Awards for their 2017-2018 season. The non-profit organization, founded in 2014, focuses on collaborating with the community of Northeast Wisconsin to help encourage girls and retain women in technology careers. Their involvement reaches over 16 counties in Northeast Wisconsin and has impacted over 11,000 students.

Impact Award recognizes WIT Member role models who are making significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, talents, and dedication.

Impact Award Winners:

Involvement in WIT4Girls,  Girls Who Code, TEALS:

Erin Draheim, Skyline Technologies

Trish Curry, J. J. Keller & Associates

Kathleen Stephany, Oshkosh Public School District

Nicolette Spear, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group

Mackenzie Grondahl, TEALS

Involvement in WITOnCampus, Professional Connection:

Rachel Rosenberg, Pieper Power

Sallie Pettie, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Crystarra Batten, Social Media Consulting

Involvement in WIT@Work:

Nicole Cyphers, Skyline Technologies

Nicole Wilson, iGen Fuels

Elaine Stephens, Breakthrough Fuels

Vicki Leinbach, Ariens Company