Talk about career goals, three of our Alumnae have all made their marks in the Tech industry recently.
Michelle Tran: Featured in Innovate Finance’s 2019 Women In FinTech Powerlist
Michelle (London Program, September 2003) is Founder of the NYC FinTech Women, a 1,000 + community of women executives. The community aims to support, empower and sponsor women in their professional advancement in the industry vertical. Her contribution to the sector has secured her place as a ‘Senior Leader’ in Innovate Finance’s Women in FinTech Powerlist. Judged by tech heavyweights including, Sherry Coutu CBE, Serial Entrepreneur and Angel Investor, and Russ Shaw, Founder of Tech London Advocates and Tech Global Advocates. The list idenitfies senior leaders who are truly driving forward change within the space and are going above and beyond their day-to-day role to support the progression of others.
Beth Taylor: Finalist for the 21st Annual Women in Technology Leadership Awards
Beth (London Program, August 2006) is Global Head of Marketing and Communications at the Airline Tariff Publishing Company (ATPCO). She was recently shortlisted as a finalist in the Corporate Mid-Market Sector for the 21st Annual Women in Technology Leadership Awards. Women in Technology (WIT), is the premier professional association dedicated to the advancement of women in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia technology community.The annual awards program identifies, recognizes and celebrates female professionals who are leaders in the technology field and bring a unique vision and talent to the industry.
Mihaela Breg: Contributor, The PayTech Book
Mihaela (New York Program, August 2013) is a fierce contributor to the FinTech community. Much of her career has been dedicated to the vertical. She currently works as a Manager at e*Finance consulting Reply and is an Advisory Board Member for E2W Alpha Challengers, a division of the wider E2W network of women working in Financial Services. Mihaela is also now co-Author of ‘The PayTech Book’, the only globally-crowdsourced book on the future of payments. The payment technology handbook is aimed at Investors, Entrepreneurs and FinTech Visionaries.