2023 finalists announced for CxO of the Year and Women Business Leaders Award
Finalists have been announced for the Business Innovation Leaders Forum CxO of the Year and Women Business Leaders Award 2023.
The awards will be presented at a gala dinner and awards ceremony on Wednesday February 15th 2023 at the NetEvents Global Media & CxO Summit in California, USA.
For each award category, three finalists have been announced as follows:
CxO of the Year:
- Bill Pappas, EVP & Head of Global Technology and Operations, MetLife
- Pavan Pidugu, CTO, US Department of Transport
- Gene Sun, Corporate VP, Chief Information Security Officer, Fedex
Women in Business Leaders
- Sudha Chandrasekharan, GM, Trelleborg
- Kate Eberle Walker, CEO, Presence
- Dr. Reshma Kewalramani, CEO and President, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
The two categories will be judged by Board Members of the Business Innovation Leaders Forum.
These awards spotlight outstanding talent and innovation among today’s most critical technology challenges. The awards will be presented at a gala dinner and awards ceremony on Wednesday February 15th during the NetEvents Global Media & CxO Summit which includes key Technology Press & Analysts representing more than 80 publications across 25+ countries worldwide – as well as tech industry leaders and technologists.
This annual event provides an exceptionally effective opportunity for tech industry leaders and innovators to meet so many of the world’s key technology business press and analysts in a series of scheduled face-to-face sessions over two days – as well as a great way to be informed, to debate and discuss the latest hot trends, innovations and breaking news.
“This year we are very excited to be hosting the Business Innovation Leaders Forum Awards” says Mark Fox, NetEvents CEO. “Both categories, CxO of the Year and Women Business Leaders, recognise and showcase talented individuals leading the charge and making a significant impact on their organisation, industry and community. We are proud to be recognising these achievements.”