Ayanna M. Howard has been named as a recipient of the Walker’s Legacy Power25 Atlanta Awards, which will be presented on October 12 at the WeWork Tower Place in Atlanta.
Howard will be recognized for her achievements as the Linda J. and Mark C. Smith Chair Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and will be among 25 women from the metro Atlanta area honored for their achievements in technology, media, business, education, and industry.
The Walker’s Legacy Power25 Atlanta Awards Program is part of a national effort by the organization to highlight the achievements of local business and community leaders. The event is hosted by WeWork, a global company that provides shared workspace, community, and services for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, and small businesses. In addition to Atlanta, events will also be held to honor women in Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, and New York this fall.
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Last revised October 11, 2017