In a new article published by the Internet of Things Institute, Tamara was named one of the Top 25 influential women in IoT (Internet of Things). An excerpt from the article shares:
Meet the females leading the burgeoning IoT industry.
Silicon Valley has a reputation for being a boy’s club, but women are steadily making inroads in the technology industry with many in leadership roles related to IoT. In the list below, we celebrate the women in a variety of roles in the IoT niche, ranging from analysts to CEOs to product designers.
Tamara is joined by inspiring women in technology like Meg Whitman, President and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Debra Logan, V.P. and Fellow at Gartner, Angie Beltz a V.P. Tech Data Corporation‘s IoT business in the Americas, Brennan Berman, the city of Chicago’s Chief Information Officer, Lisa Seacat DeLuca, the most prolific inventor in IBM‘s history, filing more than 420 patents in IoT, Mobile Security, and Wearables, and Michelle Curtis, leading the IoT group at Tech Data Corporation, also a finalist for the Emerging Technology Leader of the Year Under 40 for the Tampa Bay Technology Forum annual industry awards.
Check out the entire article and list of 25 Women who are influencing IoT today.
To read the article, and what the Internet of Things Institute said about Tamara, you can find it here.