BLOOMFIELD HILLS—The Association for Women in Communications has named the Diva Tech Talk podcast the winner of two AWC Clarion Awards.
For the podcast’s co-founders and co-hosts, Nicole Scheffler and Kathleen Norton-Schock, it was the sixth and seventh Clarion Award respectively.
The podcast, founded in 2015, highlights the lives and careers of both established and emerging women leaders in high-tech fields. Its goal is to inspire diversity and female inclusion in technology, at all ages and career stages.
The podcast was recognized with one award for its illuminating coverage of women’s issues; the second was for furthering innovative and excellent quality podcasting. The co-founders’ focus on achieving parity in the industry, and “extending the voice” of women in tech, has produced a full, fascinating library of women’s lives, challenges, and victories.
For more than 40 years, the AWC Clarion Awards have recognized small business, large corporate, nonprofit, agency, and government communication specialists internationally who demonstrate excellence in clear and concise communications. As one of the most prestigious competitions of its kind in the country, the 2020 competition attracted entries from 20 states and two countries, with entries judged by teams of experts from all aspects of the marketing and communications fields. For a complete list of Clarion Award winners this year, please visit: www.womcom.org
Founded in 1909, the Association for Women in Communications has members worldwide. AWC champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving communications era.
To listen to the podcasts, visit http://www.divatechtalk.com/.