Julie has been short-listed in recognition of her development of new processes and platforms that enable access to high-quality mHealth apps that patients and health professionals can use with confidence, and that bring us closer to making digital health a reality for everyone.
Speaking about the award, Julie said, ”I am honoured to be recognised alongside other inspirational women who are pioneering in their fields. Awards like these are so important in encouraging women to build a career in IT and technology. I am delighted to be able to play a role in that.”
Shortlisted entrants will now go through to a second panel of judges who will decide the winners before the awards ceremony in London on the 1st November. Read more about the awards here.