Women In CT Names CES 2019 Legacy Award Recipients

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Women in CT CES 2019 legacy award winners

Women in Consumer Technology, an organization that promotes the advancement of women in the CT industry, announced the six recipients of its 2019 Legacy Awards.

The awards honor “exceptional women who are transforming the consumer technology industry through leadership in the retail, sales and marketing, integration, publishing and trade association segments.” They will be recognized during the group’s annual CES networking reception on Jan. 8, 2019.

The honorees include:

  • Melissa Andresko, communications director and spokesperson, Lutron Electronics
  • Alexandra Harding, director of vendor management, business & consumer solutions, Ingram Micro
  • Bridget Karlin, global chief technology officer and VP, IBM’s global technology services business
  • Tiffany M. Moore, senior VP of political and industry affairs, CTA
  • Woman to Watch: Jennifer LaBollita, director of sales and marketing, InnerSpace Electronics
  • Carol Campbell Inspiration Award: April Feller, chairman of the board, BGZ brands

See also: WICT Celebrates 10 Years At CEDIA Expo 2018

"It's hard to believe it's been 10 years since we started our proud CES tradition of recognizing truly inspirational women in the consumer technology industry," said Carol Campbell, founder of Women in CT. "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 honor."

Past recipients include TWICE publisher Marcia Grand and Megan Dutta, content director of Systems Contractor News, a TWICE sister publication.

Tickets to the event are now available for purchase.

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