Honoring the trailblazers in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector, who, like Ada Lovelace, pioneer innovations and redefine the limits of technology.


Nominations are now open.

Competition Overview

Named after Ada Lovelace, credited as the world's first computer programmer, this special recognition award acknowledges a woman who has made exceptional contributions in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The award shines a spotlight on her innovation, dedication, and influential role in the ICT sector.

A jury composed of ICT industry leaders and experts will review the applications. The winner will be selected based on significant contributions to the ICT field, innovation and pioneering spirit, and leadership and influence.

How does it work?

  • Complete the application form, highlighting your significant contributions to the ICT field, your innovative and pioneering efforts, and your leadership within the sector.
  • Applications will be scrutinized by a jury of ICT industry leaders and experts.
  • The winner will be bestowed with the Ada Lovelace Special Recognition Award at our Global Awards ceremony.

Who is it for?

  • Women who are actively involved in the ICT sector and have made remarkable contributions.
  • Innovators and pioneers who have broken new grounds in ICT.
  • Leaders who have not only contributed significantly to the field but have also been an inspiring figure for others.

Interested in applying?

Are you a modern-day Ada Lovelace, breaking barriers and leading the charge in the ICT realm? Have your innovations changed the way we communicate and interact with technology? If you have been a beacon of inspiration and innovation, it’s time for your brilliance to be recognized and celebrated. Submit your application and let your legacy be etched alongside the luminary Ada Lovelace.

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