Chargebacks911® COO Honored by National Diversity Council
The National Diversity Council names Chargebacks911 Co-Founder and COO Monica Eaton-Cardone on the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology list for 2019!
The council’s mission is to highlight prominent leaders who drive change and innovation in the industry. Most importantly, honorees turn business growth into an opportunity to inspire others to succeed.
Monica is a longtime, passionate advocate for diversity in technology. She is a multi-award-winning honoree at the Women in IT Awards. Now, this latest honor recognizes Monica’s place at the forefront for the movement advancing women’s role in tech and engineering.
Honoring Diversity in Technology
There’s a strong case for emphasizing a diverse tech industry. Not only is it a moral imperative, but simply put…diversity is good for business.
More diverse organizations tend to outperform more homogenous ones, as Monica has pointed out before. Diverse perspectives in technology is the key to establishing the US a tech leader far into the future. Programs like that organized by the National Diversity Council help push this to the forefront.
The awards presentation will take place at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas during the 15th National Diversity & Leadership Conference. This year’s event includes a very special presentation, A Conversation with President Barack Obama, featuring a keynote address by the former president. Other keynote presenters include Gen. Colin Powell and actress America Ferrera.
Monica is grateful and proud to be selected for this honor. “To share the stage with such brilliant individuals and influencers is incredible.”
Beyond those incredible presentations, the event features three full days of the NDC Conference. This event is packed with insightful presentations and exhibitions. Attendees can also catch Monica at the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology awards luncheon on April 11.
Click here to learn more about the 15th National Diversity & Leadership Conference.