Start-up: $350 (this option is for start-ups, e.g., revenues under $20M, in business less than 5 years)
Now Accepting Nominations
We are accepting nominations for 2017 based on case studies with measurable impact.
PAST WINNERS INCLUDE:
- Dianne Marsh, Director of Engineering, Netflix
- Erica Brescia, COO, Bitnami
- Jamie Miller, CIO, General Electric
- Michelle Zatlyn, CoFounder of CloudFlare
- Rathi Murthy, Vice President Technologies, American Express
- Raejeanne Skillern, Vice President Data Center Group, Intel
- Rhonda Vetere , Chief Technology Officer, Estee Lauder
- Nominee must be female (self nomination or 3rd party nomination are both acceptable).
- Nominee may work for a cloud service provider, a cloud-end user customer, a non-profit organization, academic institution, government institution, or be self-employed/independent.
- Nominee may be either a technical or business expert, including founders and entrepreneurs; however, the case study presented must be technical in nature, with measurable impact.
- Case study must describe the utilization of cloud, and/ or converging technologies that commonly intersect with the cloud, such as, but not limited to: big data, predictive analytics, machine learning, and Internet of Things.
- Case study and projects submitted must have been completed in 2016 or 2017; start date of project may be during any time period (e.g, started in 1999). No projects completed prior to 2016 will be accepted.
- From among those nominated, ten finalists will be selected by a special committee of CloudNOW, and named as the ‘Top 10 Women in Cloud Innovations’.
- The Top 10 will then be invited to the Top Women in Cloud event at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, CA