Women in Consumer Technology announces recipients of 2019 Legacy Awards
Women in Consumer Technology, an organisation that promotes the advancement of women in the consumer technology industry, has announced the six recipients of its 2019 Legacy Awards. The awards honour exceptional women who are transforming the consumer technology industry through leadership in the retail, sales and marketing, integration, publishing and trade association segments.
“It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since we started our proud CES tradition of recognising truly inspirational women in the consumer technology industry,” says Women in Consumer Technology founder Carol Campbell.
“Year after year we’ve seen continued growth from women across all industry sectors, and a corresponding uptick in the number of impressive nominations we receive for the Legacy Awards. This year was the most difficult yet to select six recipients from such a talented pool, so congratulations to the class of 2019 for this hard-earned honour.”
Women in Consumer Technology 2019 Class of Legacy Award Honourees:
Melissa is the communications director and spokesperson at Lutron Electronics. She oversees the strategic creation and implementation of Lutron’s residential North American public relations activities, including celebrity and industry relations. In October of 2018, Melissa was named one of the most powerful women in consumer technology by Dealerscope magazine.
Alexandra is the director of vendor management, business and consumer solutions (BCS) at Ingram Micro. With over 28 years’ experience in the consumer electronics industry, Alexandra brings her strong retail foundation, market insight and key business relationships to her role, in which she oversees the strategic development of relationships among CTS’ hundreds of tier-one manufacturing partners. She was recognised by Dealerscope as a powerful woman in consumer technology in 2016.
Bridget is the global chief technology officer and VP of IBM’s global technology services business. She is responsible for driving the corporate transformation by developing and delivering the IBM Services Platform with Watson. Bridget is a recipient of the 2016 Industrial IoT 5G Innovators award, the Malcolm Baldrige Software Quality award, and the BellSouth Technology Innovator award, and she listed in the top Fast 50 Tech CEOs.
Tiffany M. Moore
Tiffany is the senior vice president of political and industry affairs for the CTA. Tiffany’s career in Washington, D.C., spans 20 years, and she has served in a variety of roles including stints as a senior advisor to Congress, corporate government relations executive, political appointee at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, and strategic consultant to tech and telecom companies and trade associations.