Jennifer Chang, co-founder and software developer, Complex Computations, a cohort member within the ISU StartUp Factory, has been named as a finalist in the 2016 Iowa Women of Innovation Awards, presented by the Technology Association of Iowa. The awards recognize and celebrate women in business, government or academia who are leaders in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Chang is a nominee within the Collegian Innovation and Leadership category and is eligible to receive a $2,500 scholarship.
“At the Technology Association of Iowa, one of our four key priorities is fostering diversity, and the Iowa Women of Innovation Awards provides the opportunity to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Iowa’s STEM leaders” said TAI President, Brian Waller. “Our judging panel had a difficult job due to the strong competition in each category. Each finalist is extremely deserving of recognition for her contributions and we are honored to celebrate each individual for her impact on Iowa.”
The winner in each of the award categories will be announced during an awards dinner held at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center on Wednesday, November 9.