The Security Industry Association’s Women in Security Forum today announced their inaugural Power 100 honoree list. Six Convergint colleagues—Laura Mueller, Heidi Ran, Emily Viau, Kathryn Ingraham, Janice Burse, and Jenn Hilber—were named to the list, recognized for their achievements in the security industry as role models for actively advancing diversity, inclusion, innovation, and leadership. This announcement comes on International Women’s Day 2023, encouraging Power 100 honorees and the larger security industry to work to forge women’s equality within the industry.
“The SIA Women in Security Forum is proud to showcase the remarkable women of the 2023 WISF Power 100. These dynamic, talented honorees are making waves in the security industry and are constantly exhibiting leadership, motivating others and driving progress in the security industry,” said SIA Women in Security Forum Chair Kasia Hanson. “We commend this outstanding class of honorees for their impactful efforts in the security industry and broader community and look forward to celebrating their successes at ISC West.”
On March 31 at ISC West 2023, the SIA Women in Security Forum will host a networking breakfast and Power 100 celebration recognizing this year’s Power 100 honorees. At this free event sponsored by dormakaba, attendees will connect with other leaders and champions for diversity and help SIA recognize and celebrate the 2023 honorees of the Power 100 program.
“The 2023 Power 100 honorees are an inspiration to all of us in the security industry. These 100 women leaders are breaking barriers, shifting expectations and advancing diversity, equity and inclusion while taking our industry to new heights,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson. “As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we congratulate this year’s outstanding class of honorees and thank them for their invaluable contributions to the security industry as well as their leadership, innovation and advocacy.”