STEM Passport for Inclusion program, led by Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute member Dr Katriona O'Sullivan, has been nominated for the 1st Annual Women in Tech European Award for Most Impactful Initiative Award, taking place in Amsterdam on the 20th September.
This year Women in Tech have launched the1st Annual European Awards / 5th Annual Awards to recognise Individuals / organisations both regionally and globally for the amazing work that is being done in STEM. There will be 6 regional awards – Europe, LATAM, Africa, America’s, MENA, APAC and 1 Global.
· Aspiring Teen Award
· ID&E Disruptors Award Sponsored by AWS
· Best Ally Award
· Most impactful Initiative Award
· Woman in Web3 Award
· Start-Up Award
· Global Leadership Award
· Lifetime Achievement Award
Our own STEM Passport for Inclusion project, has been nominated for the European Award – Most Impactful Initiative Award. During the last couple of week’s all of the nominations were assessed by an independent panel of judges and Dr Katriona O' Sullivan's project was selected as a finalist with 4 others initiatives.
The Europe Awards will take place in Amsterdam – 20th September. The overall winner for each region will then progress as a finalist for the Women in Tech Global Awards in Dubai – 13th October 2022.