Women in Technology & Data Awards 2018: All the Winners and Why they Won

This year's Women in Technology and Data Awards featured 23 individual recipients and one company: Tata Consultancy Services.

Sallianne Taylor, Bloomberg
Bloomberg's Sallianne Taylor was the recipient of WatersTechnology's woman of the year award.

This year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held in London on March 9 featured 24 categories. Here are the write-ups profiling the winners and explaining why they won their respective categories.

The two highest-profile categories of this year’s awards – the trailblazer (lifetime achievement) award and WatersTechnology’s woman of the year award – were won by Thomson Reuters’ Debra Walton and Bloomberg’s Sallianne Taylor, respectively. Below is the list of all 24 category winners. Click on the relevant links for the individual write-ups and winners’ video interviews/Q&As, and click on this link for the shortlisted entries to this year’s awards. 

Write-ups by Anthony Malakian, James Rundle, Jamie Hyman, Emilia David, Wei-Shen Wong, Josephine Gallagher and Victor Anderson.   

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