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Congratulations to Martina Grom on receiving the Microsoft Power Women in Tech Award

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In a world where gender diversity and equality (fortunately) are becoming more important, we are very proud that our CEO Martina Grom was honored with the Microsoft Power Women in Tech Award for Austria! Congratulations!

The Microsoft Power Women in Tech Awards was created to recognize and support remarkable women in the Microsoft Partner Network in Western Europe who are proven champions of promoting diversity and inclusion. The objective of the award is to enhance the visibility of these remarkable leaders and serve as a source of inspiration for women across all stages of their careers in the field. By shining a spotlight on their achievements, the award seeks to encourage and motivate women, showcasing possibilities and potential for success in their chosen domains. It aims to foster a supportive environment where women feel empowered to pursue their passions and break through any barriers they may encounter, ultimately driving greater gender diversity and representation in the industry.

Martina Grom is the CEO of atwork and an active member in the Microsoft IT-community. Martina's exceptional achievements and commitment to empowering women in technology have earned her the prestigious Women in Power Award in Austria.

Congrats, Martina! This is great!

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Martina posted a Thank-you message on LinkedIn.

See more about the Microsoft Power Women in Tech Awards at Recognizing the women driving innovation across Western Europe, and in German Microsoft Power Women in Tech Award – Anerkennung für Innovatorinnen, die den Fortschritt in Westeuropa vorantreiben (at news.microsoft.com/de-at). The 12 winners are:

  • AustriaMartina Grom, atwork
  • Belgium– Rima Farhat, Accenture
  • Denmark– Kathrine Forsberg, Atea Danmark
  • FinlandHanna Kivelä, Fujitsu
  • Ireland– Gillian O’Sullivan, BearingPoint
  • Italy – Claudia Angelelli, VMware
  • Netherlands– Nerosh Raga, Accenture
  • Norway– Lillian Larsen, Crayon
  • Portugal– Beatriz Oliveira, BindTuning
  • Spain– Eduvigis Ortiz, SAS Institute
  • Sweden– Beatrice Silow, Nexer Group
  • Western Europe (working across multiple regions) – Esther Lucena, Adobe

The recipients of the Women in Power award will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in a customized Women Leaders Executive Program designed and facilitated by Jennifer Petriglieri, an esteemed Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD.

Congratulations to all nominees and to all winners!

Keep doing what you are good at and thank you for supporting diversity and inclusion so actively!


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