Connecticut Technology Council’s 15th annual Women of Innovation Awards will honor women of all ages who are making their mark in a dozen different fields.
Cristina Guzman-Toro, a finalist in the individual category, is an ambassador for inclusion and diversity at Pratt & Whitney and an advocate for women to pursue careers in STEM fields. She encourages STEM education, extracurricular activities, and workforce opportunities through her involvement in Pratt & Whitney’s Hispanic Leadership Forum and community volunteering events.
Kari Mull is representing the winner of the organizational award: Medtronic. Kari is co-chair of Medtronic Women’s Network (MWN), one of many Employee Resource Groups within the organization
Medtronic is a medical device leader with a significant focus on technologies that enables minimally invasive surgery. Medtronic has set a goal for 40 percent of its leadership to be women by 2020 (currently at 38 percent)
Connecticut Technology Council’s15th Annual Women of Innovation Awards
Wednesday, March 27 at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville