Stay In The Game Honored With Two Bronze Medals During The 15th Annual Stevie Awards

//Stay In The Game Honored With Two Bronze Medals During The 15th Annual Stevie Awards

Stay In The Game Honored With Two Bronze Medals During The 15th Annual Stevie Awards

On Friday, November 16th, 2018, Stay In The Game had the incredible opportunity to be honored during the 15th Annual Stevie Awards For Women In Business. Stay In The Game was honored for not one, but two awards! Mona Andrews, CEO of Stay In The Game, accepted the Bronze medal for the Best New Product or Service of the Year- Business Services, and Startup of the Year- Business Service Industries. She was honored for the wonderful work that Stay In The Game does to help women remain in the workforce as they navigate key lifestyle changes. After becoming caregivers, women often find that it is too difficult to remain in the traditional workforce,, causing them to leave it altogether. Stay In The Game offers these women flexible, remote work in their field, thereby allowing them to remain in the workforce.

The Stevie Awards began in 2002 as a way to publicly recognize the achievements and positive contributions or organizations and working professionals worldwide. Stay In The Game was nominated as part of the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, which recognizes the achievements of women executives, entrepreneurs, and the organizations they run. Mona Andrews not only exemplifies the characteristics of a dedicated, caring executive but is passionate about closing  the gender gap in the workplace by offering women an option to continue work, even after becoming a caregiver. Awards like the Stevie Awards ensure that companies like Stay In The Game are recognized for their work, and their ability to change women’s lives by helping them remain in the workforce.

 

To learn more about the Stevie Awards, visit them at stevieawards.com/women.

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