Forbes has launched its “Top 50 Women in Tech,” a list of the 50 most important women in the world of technology. The list—which is aimed at spotlighting the entrepreneurship of women “who are changing the world”—positions our speaker Monique Morrow as one of the most relevant women in the technology sector.
Forbes highlights Monique’s outstanding career, and mentions her vision—which they describe as “ambitious and important”—of the possibilities of blockchain. Classifying her in the category of “warrior,” the magazine takes particular note of the mission of her organization The Humanized Internet, which defends the disadvantaged. They also underscore her skills and experience, which are key to her fight for human rights through the use of technology.
The Top 50 list is created after scrutinizing companies, academic institutions, government agencies, professional associations, NGOs and startups. Issues such as leadership, economic impact and influence are the main variables considered in the method to determine this list.
Regarding the honor, Monique said, “Using tech to build verifiable identity and protect the digital identity of all are efforts I hold near and dear to my heart. I’m incredibly humbled and honored to be on Forbes’ “The World’s Top 50 Women In Tech list”, she posted on her Twitter profile.
We at Thinking Heads would like to congratulate Monique for this recognition, which is undoubtedly a testament to her relevance and leadership in the technology sector, and we wish her continued success.