Deloitte consultants among Australia’s Top Women in ICT

02 May 2022 3 min. read

Online ICT industry publication ARN has announced the finalists for its 2022 Women in ICT Awards, with four consultants from Deloitte featuring among the more than 200 hopefuls.

Professional services firm Deloitte has had four of its consultants nominated across categories for the Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA), along with receiving a company nomination for diversity & inclusion.

Hosted by industry publication ARN, the awards celebrate the “achievements of talented female front-runners who have become influential figures across the local ICT industry.” Winners will be announced toward the end of May.

Deloitte consultants among Australia’s Top Women in ICT

“This is a stunning display of emerging and established female talent in Australia,” said Cherry Yumul, Vice President of Channel at ARN publisher Foundry. “Once again the bar has been raised by countless examples of inspirational women leading the way in technology. To have a record-breaking number of finalists means that we can once again provide a platform to connect as many inspiring females as possible in our inclusive and expansive community.”

Geraldine Baca Triveno
Nominated for an Innovation award in the multinational partner category, Triveno serves as a specialist senior manager in Deloitte’s space industry practice out of Sydney, having first joined the firm in 2018 following the completion of a doctorate in nanotechnology with UNSW. The WIICTA is given to “a creative-thinking candidate who is a standout in bringing innovation to life through a big picture and out-of-the-box approach to business”.

Katharine Duncan
Closing in on a decade at Deloitte (joining the firm in London before crossing to Sydney in 2016), consulting director Katherine Duncan has been nominated as a finalist in the WIICTA Entrepreneur category, which recognises a risk-taking mentality and success in launching new ventures, products or services. A Workday Financials consultant, Duncan has delivered numerous large ERP and HRIS implementations across a range of industries.

Emily Horton
Finance and performance senior consultant Emily Horton has been named a finalist in the Rising Star category, which is open to stand-out professionals with less than ten years of ICT industry experience but who have otherwise achieved significant advancement in the early stages of their career. Horton has been with Deloitte since 2019, and is an experienced research analyst skilled in financial modelling, data analysis, and quantitative analytics.

Caitlin Lawrence
Lawrence joined Deloitte’s Technology & Transformation practice in Sydney in 2020 following a student internship with PwC while undertaking a masters in biomedical engineering at UNSW, and has been nominated as a finalist in the Graduate category, which recognises candidates who have leveraged apprenticeship programs to start a career within the ICT industry. She also earlier spent two months as a consulting vacationer with Deloitte.

D&I Champion
In addition to the individual honours, Deloitte has been named as a finalist in the company D&I Champion category, with the firm looking to add to its recent inclusion on the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s list of Australia’s leading companies for gender equality. The WIICTA award recognises organisations which go beyond a surface-level commitment through the introduction of policies and programs to meet D&I goals.