Veracode was recently recognized by the Commonwealth Institute and Boston Globe Magazine as a Top 100 Women-Led Business in Massachusetts. The honor, which was awarded to Veracode’s CEO, Sam King, is given to female leaders across multiple industries who are at the helm of Massachusetts’ most noteworthy companies.
Sam, who was also recently named a Tech Top 50 recipient by the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) for her exemplary leadership over the past twelve months, is helping to make Veracode one of the most noteworthy cybersecurity companies. “It’s a great honor for Veracode to be recognized as a Top 100 Women-Led Business in Massachusetts, and I am especially proud that we are the only software company to make the list. This award is a true testament to our teams, who are dedicated to helping our customers secure the software applications that are integral to their business. The passionate people driving Veracode’s mission every day are who make this achievement possible.”
was the only software company to receive a spot on the prestigious list. Leaders are chosen based on their revenue and operating budget, number of full-time employees in the state, workplace and management diversity, and innovative projects, among other variables.
For more information on Veracode’s recent awards, including EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® New England, please visit the Veracode blog. And to see the full list of Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, check out the Boston Globe.
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