Vonage has announced that Chief Human Resources Officer Sue Quackenbush has won the 2021 Aragon Research Women in Technology Award for HR.
This award reflects the achievements of women who have demonstrated outstanding personal and professional growth and significantly contributed to the technology industry.
“I am honoured to receive this award from Aragon Research,” said Quackenbush. “I feel that this recognition is a reflection of the dedication of my team and our vision of Vonage as a destination place to work. Vonage is a leader in the technology community, with a culture focused on diversity, inclusion, innovation, and personal growth.”
Under Sue’s leadership, the Vonage HR team constantly challenges themselves to find unexpected and creative ways for employees to stay connected, and execute a strategy that ensures safe, secure and productive business continuity.
As CHRO, she believes that a focus on workplace culture, communication, and collaboration creates a positive, meaningful employee journey.
“Sue is well-deserving of receiving our 2021 Aragon Research Women in Technology Award for outstanding leadership and success in HR,” said Jim Lundy, CEO and Founder of Aragon Research. “With a focus on building an inclusive culture of growth at Vonage, Sue is a leader in her field and a role model to watch.”
Women in Technology Award Winners were selected by the Women in Technology committee—composed of past winners and the Aragon Research marketing team—based on their overall success in their current and previous roles, their leadership, and their ability to drive change.
The awards were virtually presented at Aragon Transform, the annual Aragon Research awards ceremony.
The identification of an Aragon Research award winner is not an endorsement by Aragon Research of any vendor, product, or service.
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