doc.ai Co-founder Recognized as Top Entrepreneur

May 6, 2020

CloudNOW, the executive consortium for the leading women in cloud and converging technologies, today announced the winners of the eighth annual Top Women Entrepreneurs in Cloud Innovation Awards.

Sam DeBrouwer, Co-founder at doc.ai, has been honored among the 2019 winners. Sam is an entrepreneur and angel investor since the 90’s. In her role as Chief Operating Officer at doc.ai, she has been instrumental from day one to drive the company towards the mission of accelerating medical research and connecting it to care.

The awards are presented in partnership with Office of the Cloud, a nonprofit cloud leadership initiative sponsored by Kaizen Technologies. The awards are sponsored by Facebook, Intel and Google, and the ceremony will be hosted by Facebook Production Engineering at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California on Feb 11.  

“We applaud the achievements of our winners, and thank them for blazing trails for diversity, inclusion and entrepreneurship. We also honor our STEM scholarship recipients as we work together to support the next generation of tech leaders,” said Jocelyn DeGance Graham, founder of CloudNOW.

Additional Top Women in Cloud Award winners are:

Anda Gansca, Knotch

Anna-Katrina Shedletsky, Instrumental

Christine Heckart, Scalyr

Geeta Schmidt, Humio

Jayshree Ullal, Arista Networks

Mada Seghete, Branch

Neeti Mehta, Automation Anywhere

Sivan Rauscher, SAM Seamless Network

Stina Erhensvard,Yubico

Yvonne Wassenaar, Puppet

The event will also feature CloudNOW’s STEM scholarship recipients from Holberton School and Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project. Last year’s scholars secured full-time employment as Software Engineers at Change.org, Pinterest, Adobe and more.

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