AWEsome Recognition

cong Congratulations to AWE New York Members Carol Deckbar, Chief Executive Officer at TIAA-CREF for taking home the top honors at the U.S. Lipper Fund Awards... Leslie May, Vice President of Global Inclusion and Talent Management at Avon for speaking at New York University's 4th Annual Conference on Human Capital Innovation in Technology and Analytics...Lynn Power, President of New York at J. Walter Thompson on her recently published Huffington Post article, "Too Many Bosses, Not Enough Leaders"... Sheila Chickene, Vice President Manufacturing, Process Catalysts & Technologies at BASF Corporation for her 2015 STEP Award from the Manufacturing Institute...

Congratulations to AWE Silicon Valley Members Manjula Talreja, Vice President of Cisco Consulting Services at Cisco Systems on her recent keynote speech at the Women in Business Congress hosted by the 2015 Mobile World Congress... Pat Wadors, on her recent promotion to Senior Vice President Global Talent Management at LinkedIn and for her upcoming speaking engagement on April 29th at The Future of Work Forum: Make the Future Work For You...and to the following members who were recognized by the California Diversity Council as the 2015 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology:

Caroline Tsay, Vice President & General Manager at Hewlett-Packard Company Eleanor Lacey Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary at SurveyMonkey Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn, Vice President & General Manager at Cisco Systems Jenny Dearborn, Senior Vice President & Chief Learning Officer at SAP Pat Wadors, Vice President, Global Talent Organization at LinkedIn Tawni Cranz, Chief Talent Officer at Netflix

Congratulations to the following Member Companies in New York, Silicon Valley, and San Francisco for being recognized in a recent study from the Anita Borg Institute on the top companies in the world to be a female technologist:

Accenture, American Express, eBay, Google, and Salesforce

Finally, congratulations to our very own CEO and Founder, Meiko Takayama, for her keynote address at the Harvard Business School Association of Southern California's CEO Breakfast Series.