5 honored at Women Tech Awards

SALT LAKE CITY — Carol Fineagan grew up in an alcoholic and emotionally abusive household in Baltimore which, if she had let it, could have sabotaged her entire future.

Instead, Fineagan drew strength from her participation in the Girl Scouts and from her mother’s best friend, Joyce Britton, who provided encouragement, help and a positive role model.

Fineagan went on to earn several degrees, changed careers a number of times and now is senior vice president and CIO at EnergySolutions.

Fineagan on Thursday was one of five women recognized for their accomplishments and contributions to the technology world and the community at the Women Tech Awards luncheon sponsored by the Women Tech Council.

The event at the Grand America […]


Third Annual Women Tech Award Finalists Announced

Women Tech Council’s Third Annual Award Honors Fourteen Outstanding Women in Technology

SALT LAKE CITY—AUG. 2, 2010— The Women Tech Council (WTC), (www.womentechcouncil.org) announced fourteen finalists for its third annual Women Tech Awards. The program recognizes technology-focused women who are driving innovation, leading technology companies and are key contributors to the community. The event is hosted by MountainWest Capital Network and presented by EnergySolutions, Epic Ventures, Ernst & Young, Stoel Rives and USTAR. Finalists and award recipients will be honored at an awards luncheon on Thursday, September 16, 2010, at the Grand America Hotel.

“These fourteen finalists are remarkable examples of the talented women in technology,” […]

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