Notable Women in Technology 2022

From minimizing cybersecurity threats to implementing tech advances that enhance customer experience, this year’s Notable Women in Technology drive innovation at their companies while mentoring the next generation of leaders in their field. Meet the 2022 Notable Women in Technology.

Methodology: The individuals featured did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. This list is not comprehensive; it includes only people who were nominated and accepted after editorial review. To qualify for this list, individuals must have at least five years of experience in their field and have shown the ability to effect change in their roles or areas of practice.

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Kelli Schnieder

Kelli Schnieder

President, SafeNet Consulting
Kelli Schnieder’s first initiative when she joined Minnetonka-based SafeNet in 2018 was to integrate two offices and increase collaboration between team members in different states. Her leadership positioned her to
Karine Semmer

Karine Semmer

Vice president of IT and chief information security officer, Ecolab Inc.
During a pandemic period in which market-driven cybersecurity challenges increased by 450% at Ecolab, Karine Semmer significantly enhanced the company’s security structure and capabilities, thanks to her vision. Independent security
Rebecca Shavlik

Rebecca Shavlik

Founder and executive director, Shavlik Family Foundation
In 1993, Rebecca Shavlik co-founded Shavlik Technologies with her husband as a solution to detect highly vulnerable systems in personal computers. When they sold the company in 2011, the couple
Kate Siegrist

Kate Siegrist

Partner, Lurie LLP
Kate Siegrist leads the Minneapolis-based accounting and business services firm’s technology assurance practice. In the past year, her group has grown revenue by more than 30%, in part by adding
Kim Skanson

Kim Skanson

President, Cargill Business Services
Kim Skanson heads Cargill’s global business services, a team of more than 8,000 employees who handle IT, HR, finance, transportation and logistics, and sourcing for the Wayzata-based agribusiness giant in
Reena Stripling

Reena Stripling

Vice president of engineering, When I Work
Reena Stripling oversees the engineering team at Minneapolis-based When I Work, a shift-based workforce management software tool used by more than 200,000 workplaces. She joined the company in 2016 and