Suzanne Edwards, CEO and Head of Education and Business at Enlighten and Winner of Influential Female 2018 is the latest judge to be announced for the Tech Awards.

 

Suzanne spent 20 years as a teacher in prison and secondary education and is the CEO/owner of Enlighten a mutli-award winning augmented reality company with a focus on tech for good and last year’s winner of the Silicon Canal Most influential female award. Suzanne’s company Enlighten has also been announced as the winner in the Business Cloud’s top 50 tech companies in the Midlands.

Nominate for this years’ awards here

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Hi, I’m the Community Engagement Officer for Silicon Canal (CIC), where I am connecting, supporting and promoting individuals and companies in the tech community, from startups and freelancers to SME’s and multinationals, with the aim of making the West Midlands the very best region for people living and working in technology.

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