Women of Innovation finalists Cristina Guzman-Toro and Kari Mull

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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)

Event Info:

Connecticut Technology Council’s15th Annual Women of Innovation Awards
Wednesday, March 27 at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville 
Tickets: CT.org/woi

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