Algerian educator recognized as winner at the WomenTech Global Awards 2020
PoliticMag Press Release : December 11, 2020
WomenTech Network announced the winners during the live award ceremony that celebrated 100 000 women, minorities, and allies in tech.
Virtual, Dec 03, WomenTech, the world’s largest community for women in tech with more than 4500 ambassadors representing 161 countries, recognized [Abir Ghenaiet /Algerian Desk Institute] as a winner at the largest virtual awards live celebration in technology for women, minorities and their allies, WomenTech Global Awards 2020.
2238 contestants from 153 countries in 22 categories
[Abir Ghenaiet /Algerian Desk Institute] earned the [gold] award in the category [WomenTech Network Global Ambassador Award 2020] for [Most contributions In IT/Tech field in Algeria 2020/ Abir Ghenaiet is the Founder and CEO of “The Algerian Desk Institute: Technology by Engagement’’, an entrepreneurial virtual institute which provides digital training since 2017].
[“I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours” – Abir Ghenaiet]
The celebration and conference gave access to top names in the industry and besides awarding ceremonies, the finalists and guests were able to attend inspiring keynotes, engaging discussions, and virtual face-to-face networking with people from all over the world across 16 time zones from the comfort of their home. All winners are displayed on the Women in Tech Global Awards overview page.
The WomenTech Global Awards 2020 were a natural continuation of the WomenTech Global Conference 2020, the largest virtual conference in the world for women in tech.
When COVID-19 was dominating the news and everybody was isolated at home back in March, Anna and her team decided to demonstrate how women were persevering. They created a space for +100 000 women in tech, minorities, and allies from 181 countries to get together, collaborate, and find ways to innovate and adapt to the new world created by the pandemic.
“After the WomenTech Global Conference 2020, we received tons of positive feedback, many sharing their hardships with uncertainty, job security and work-life-balance while working remotely and how the community inspired them to overcome them,” Anna Radulovski said.
“This is why we wanted to give visibility and recognition to accomplished and aspiring female tech leaders as well as allies, working toward a more equal and inclusive world. Congratulations to [Abir Ghenaiet /Algerian Desk Institute – Tebessa, Algeria] for making a difference in the tech world and helping the industry to get one step closer towards closing the gender gap in tech. Great recognitions come with great responsibility and we hope to see continuation of the great efforts”
[[Abir Ghenaiet /Algerian Desk Institute – Tebessa, Algeria] will be speaking and sharing her story at the WomenTech Global Conference (June 7-11 2021), the world’s largest online summit series and celebration of women in tech, minorities and allies.
[Abir Ghenaiet /Algerian Desk Institute – Tebessa, Algeria]
+Translation department & PR subdirector of International Scientific Institutions – MENA
+Teacher Assistant at the Islamic American university of Minnesota.
+ certified EFL instructor with 7+ years of experience and work under the Algerian ministry of national education.
+ Founder and CEO of the Algerian Desk Institute: engagement by technology since 2017 : open educational program targeting entrepreneurship skills-Algeria
+ Specialist in Information technology studies working on computer-based information systems like software applications and computer hardware.
+ Data Science -SQL specialist.
+PHP developer at Admidio.
WomenTech Network is the world’s largest community for women in tech with more than 4400 ambassadors representing 161 countries. Since 2018 its founders have engaged +141,000 tech specialists to join in building a diverse global community inspiring and reaching +1 million people in 2020 alone.
The Network strives to increase gender diversity in the workplace to improve equality across all areas like representation, promotion and equal pay.
The Network’s mission is to empower communities of talented and motivated women in tech through leadership development, professional growth, mentorship, and networking events to make a difference by building impactful and inclusive technology, while introducing them to like minded people, inspiring speakers and opportunities at leading companies and innovative startups that aim to create diverse teams and a culture of belonging.
More information available at https://www.womentech.net/