If you’re looking to suggest your tech role models for an Everywoman in Technology Awards, it’s time to get cracking. This is the last week to get nominations in for the awards that kick off in March next year.
Organisers have stated that the aim of the awards is to “have more women and girls innovating and making advancements in technology”. The idea is that more female role models will drive gender equality forward in the tech industry.
Nominations were set to close today, but following popular demand, the nomination period was extended for another week, and will now be open until 10 November.
Now in its second year, the Everywoman in Technology Award has prizes in nine categories, ranging from international leaders to students and start-ups. See the full list of categories here.
The awards ceremony will be held in London on 17 March 2015.