VPN.com Honors Georgia's Top 50 Most Distinguished Women in Technology

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Atlanta, Georgia – VPN.com, a worldwide leader in cybersecurity, Internet technology, and Virtual Private Networks, is thrilled to announce their publication honoring Georgia's Top 50 Women in Technology.

“Diversity in the technology industry is an initiative everyone should be cheering for,” comments Michael Gargiulo, CEO and Founder of VPN.com. “We felt compelled to create this list of Georgia’s Top Women In Technology to honor the contributions these women have made in their respective business and industry over the last decade. Congratulations!”


The finalists for Georgia’s Top 50 Women in Technology are listed in alphabetical order below:

Sarah Blakely, CEO, Spanx

Laura Boone, TurnerBoone, Principal

Kersha Cartwright Georgia Dept. of Labor, Director of Communications

Ann Carver, The Coca-Cola Company, Chief Information Officer

Sue Cole, Ameris Bank, Executive Vice President

Kat Cole, Focus Brands, COO

Keely Clay, Associate Professor of Apparel Textile Technology

Kathy Cohen, The University of Georgia, Academic Advisor

Gladys Delancey-Bolding, BioLogue Laboratorium Inc., CEO

Ella Dorsey, CBS46, Meteorologist

Amy S. Dosik, Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc., CEO

Crystal Edmonson, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Broadcast Editor

Gail Fargason, The Shopping Center Group, Principal

Rhandi Gallegos, American Engineers, Vice President

Stephanie Gargiulo, VPN.com, Director of Communications

Venessa Harrison, AT&T Georgia, President AT&T

Tara Haynes, Gwinnett County Public School, Teacher

Jess Herring, Milliken & Company, Advanced Designer

Lily Heimburger, SRS Real Estate Partners, Vice President

Laurie Higginbotham, American Pest Control, CEO

Carli Huband, Aprio, Partner

Kate Hunt, Lee & Associates, Director

Titania Jordan, Bark.us, CMO

Jasmine King, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Manager of Government Affairs

Cara Kneer, 11 Alive Correspondent & Host

Hua Li, The Home Depot, Senior Vice President

Erika McDuffie, Coalfire Systems, Senior Manager

Jessica Mogill, Crisp Video Group, Director

Anh-Thu Nguyen, Asian Women in Aerospace and Aviation, AOPA Flight Instructor

Laura Nguyen, CDC, Response Capacity Specialist

Kristi Nichols, Southern Nuclear, Manager

Kerry O'Connor, WarnerMedia, Executive Producer

Catherine Owens, Atlanta BeltLine Inc., Principal Engineer

Aanal Patel, ClickDimensions, Manager

Meg Pirkle, Georgia Department of Transportation, Chief Engineer

Lindsey Potter, Mud Pie, Director

Korinne Powell, The Home Depot, Corporate Talent Acquisition

Nancy Quan, The Coca Cola Company, Chief Technical Officer

Sarah Rees, Georgia Cyber Center, Director

Ann Schildhammer, Taylor English Duma, Partner

Joanne Smith, Delta Airlines, Chief People Officer

Deryn Sousa, AIPAC, Southeast Deputy Political Director

Maria Taylor, ESPN, Sports Broadcaster

Carol Tomé, UPS, CEO

Sharon Thompson, United Community Bank, Central Atlanta President

Judith Vickers, BenchMark Public Adjusting Group, CEO

Danielle Walter, Performive.com, Vice President

Laura Whitaker, Extra Special People, Founder

Tiffany Wooten, The Westminster Schools, Director

Captain Joy Walker, Delta, First Female Pilot

“We applaud the efforts of these hardworking women,” Gargiulo adds. We are thankful to have this award featured in Jezebel Magazine, Atlanta’s premier magazine for business, fashion, and lifestyle. Keep an eye out for our upcoming list of Georgia’s Top Technology Executives!”

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