EXTON, PA -- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), in conjunction with Women in Cable & Telecom...
January 14, 2002
EXTON, PA — The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), in conjunction with Women in Cable & Telecommunications (WICT) and Communications Technology are accepting nominations for the “2002 Women in Technology Award”.
Presented annually, the award identifies and acknowledges the achievements of one woman who has made significant contributions as a technical professional to the broadband industry.
Past winners include Sabrina Calhoun of Cox Communications, Margaret Gaillard of AT&T Broadband, current SCTE Director-At-Large Sally Kinsman of Motorola, Sheri Sharp, Yvette Gordon of SeaChange International Inc., Pam Nobles of Comcast and Pam Arment of Pamela J. Arment Consulting.
To be eligible, candidates must hold a technical position within the cable television, broadband or telecom field. Criteria include demonstrating a high level of knowledge, skill and professionalism and a commitment to advancing the perception of the industry and of women in technology. Memberships in WICT and SCTE are also factors of consideration.
The nomination deadline for the 2002 Women in Technology Award is March 1, 2002. The award recipient will be honored during SCTE’s Cable-Tex Expo, to be held June 4-7, 2002 in San Antonio, Texas.
For more information, visit www.wict.org/wit/, www.scte.org, or contact Parthavi Das at 312-634-5270 or email@example.com.