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Audrey Taylor to Receive 2019 Torchbearer Award at Annual Ceremony
Indiana Commission for Women (ICW) honors women for their contributions to propel Indiana women forward
INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 10, 2019) — netlogx, a 21-year-old, Indianapolis-based consulting services firm, is proud to announce Audrey Taylor, CEO and partner, will receive one of seven Indiana Commission for Women (ICW) 2019 Torchbearer Awards during a ceremony on Sept. 25 at the Indiana Historical Society, 450 West Ohio Street in Indianapolis.
For nearly 30 years, Audrey has used her considerable talents and achievements to make Indiana a better place by removing barriers to equality. As a woman-owned business and five-time winner of Best Places to Work in Indiana, netlogx employs almost 50 people, nearly half of whom are women. Because of Audrey’s guidance, all immediate leadership positions reporting to the C-Suite are represented by women. The company has been deliberate about creating an organization that is “Diverse by Design” to ensure all voices are heard and honored.
“It is an honor to be recognized among six other community leaders who are working to advance opportunities for women in Indiana,” said Audrey. “I had to pave my own path in a male-dominated industry, and I am passionate about making sure future generations of women do not face the same challenges. We are stronger as a society when a variety of people work toward a common goal.”
A pioneer in her industry, Audrey has inspired women not only within netlogx, but throughout the community as well. She created opportunities for women to succeed during her leadership positions for a variety of local organizations — including treasurer, vice president, president, and past president — for Women & Hi Tech. During that time, Audrey worked to change the current landscape of women represented in STEM careers. During her tenure as president for Women & Hi Tech, 20% of corporate sponsorship funds were allocated to fund scholarships for women, providing more possibilities for women to receive STEM education in Indiana.
Hosted by the Board of Commissioners of the ICW, this prestigious award recognizes women from around the state who have broken down barriers, overcome obstacles to women’s full participation in the workforce and our community, and have made Indiana a better place to live, work and raise a family. Recipients of the award have overcome or continue to confront immense challenges with courage, perseverance, and compassion and serve as inspiration for others. They demonstrate character, resiliency, and leadership and have made significant contributions to their communities and to Indiana.
The event is free to attend; however, guests must register to attend online.
To learn more about netlogx, visit the website. For more information about the Torchbearer Awards or the Indiana Commission for Women, contact Aspen Clemons, Director at 317-232-6720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
netlogx is a highly-awarded, 21-year-old consulting services company that helps clients survive and thrive in a dangerous world. Woman-founded, we guide enterprise organizations as they navigate change and make it work for them by solving complex business challenges. Through our expert consulting services, you’ll know what success looks like and how to get there quickly and safely; we guide you from uncertainty to clarity.
Providing services in information management, project and program management, security management, organizational change management, process management, and performance management, netlogx is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) known for delivering complicated projects on time and on budget while meeting the required level of quality. We are dedicated to prioritizing the success of our clients, employees, and community. For more information on netlogx, visit https://netlogx.com.
About the Indiana Commission for Women
The Indiana Commission for Women is committed to the full participation of women in all aspects of society in order to live, work and raise a family. ICW works to move Indiana women forward by understanding the needs of Indiana women and their families and by working strategically both within government and in our communities to help bring about positive solutions. We act as the voice of women, communicating their needs and concerns as well as their successes and contributions, so that they can become better connected to their communities and to the tools, resources and opportunities needed to find their own voice. For more information, go to: www.in.gov/icw.