ANS wins at the Northern Power Women Awards 2022
ANS is excited to announce being named a winner in the ‘Medium Organisation’ category at the Northern Power Women Awards 2022.
ANS has shown its dedication to making technology a more diverse and inclusive environment for everyone. Women in technology is part of its overall ethos, whether it is engaging with clients and partners or conversations in the office.
The organisation is recognised as delivering best practice when it comes to building a culture of gender diversity and has created Women in Tech Ambassador roles to help make an impact on the broader tech industry.
It also partners with Tech Returners and DigitalHER to encourage more women into the sector and has successfully offered dedicated support to women to grow careers, with one third of its female workforce at managerial level.
Paul Shannon CEO commented, “The ANS team are unstoppable when it comes to championing diversity and inclusion in the technology industry. I’m excited to see where the next year takes on us on that journey.”
Simone Roche MBE, Founder and CEO of Northern Power Women, commented: “This year’s Award winners once again represent the outstanding leaders and role models present in and from the North. They are creating change and using their power and influence to benefit a huge number of people and are embodying the Northern Power Women ethos of inspiring people to use their PoWEr for good and advancing gender equality.”
While the Awards ceremony plays an important role in recognising role models, Northern Power Women delivers a range of reports, webinars, mentoring programmes, podcasts, and networking events throughout the year to continue the campaign towards gender equality.
For more information visit www.northernpowerwomen.co
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