And the Winner Is…e-Management President and
CEO Takes Home Women in Technology Award
May 24, 2010 10:23 AM Eastern Daylight Time
SILVER SPRING, Md.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Ola Sage, president and CEO of e-Management, won
the Women in Technology (WIT) leadership award in the Corporate Public Sector Small Business category. The
11th annual WIT leadership awards gala was held May 20th at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, Va. The
evening’s emcee was Maureen Bunyan, TV anchor for ABC7/WJLA.
“Wow! I am very honored to be nominated among the brightest women in technology, not just in Washington, but
around the globe,” said Ms. Sage. “This award is especially meaningful to me because it recognizes women leaders
in small and large businesses, as well as honors the incredible, and sometimes unnoticed, work women do in the
various fields of technology.”
According to WIT, the organization received an unprecedented number of nominations. Thirty-nine finalists were
selected to represent the 10 award categories. The awards gala also had record attendance, almost doubling in size
from the previous year.
WIT is the premiere organization empowering women to be architects of change in the technology industry. The
annual awards program honors leading female professionals working in the Greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan
area who have exemplified unique vision and talent in the technology industry over the previous year.
The 2010 Leadership Awards program theme this year was “No One Path, The Legacy Continues,” celebrating the
various paths that have led professional women to make an unprecedented impact on the technology industry. The
awards drew upon WIT’s spirit to honor women who connect, lead, and succeed in their professional endeavors
“Women in Technology is proud to announce this year’s winners of the 2010 Leadership Awards program,” said
Toni Townes-Whitley, president of WIT. “The awardees are pioneers in the technology community, embodying the
core values re