The 10 most influential women in B2B Marketing right now

For international women day we’re celebrating B2B Marketing’s 10 most influential women in 2023 embracing equity. These women are using their position, time, and expertise to drive awareness and change gender equality. 

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by Momentum ITSMA Staff

March 8, 2023

B2B Marketing

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2023

It’s International Women’s Day – a time to celebrate the remarkable achievements of women across the world. As a female-owned business ourselves, we want to honor some of B2B marketing’s most influential and inspirational women, for the amazing success they’ve achieved themselves, and the dedication they show to championing other women and equity in the workplace.

Here are the top women we want to recognize this International Women’s Day.

Aartii Sabhaney
Head of Enterprise Comms, Asia Pacific and Japan, Dell Technologies

Aartii is a strong advocate and passionate mentor of women in tech. She is a prominent speaker and author of a research paper on the underrepresentation of women in engineering and artificial intelligence.

Angie Henderson Moncada
Staff SVP, Marketing, FM Global

Angie had her eyes opened to injustice and unfairness at a young age. This shaped her attitude towards bias and authenticity, giving her the passion to drive cultural change in business and find ways to provide opportunities for others.

Antonia Wade
Global Chief Marketing Officer, PwC

Antonia is a mentor for the Marketing Academy Scholarship Program and actively involved in charitable initiatives to help underprivileged women get back to work.

Christina Leimoni
CEO, Microsoft Greece, Cyprus, and Malta

Christina is a fierce campaigner for diversity and inclusion, having seen and experienced discrimination in many forms herself. She is vocal in addressing LGBTQ issues, particularly in her home country of Greece, where same-sex marriage is yet to be legalized.

Kavita Nehemiah
Executive Director, SNAP

Deeply influenced by her father setting up a business in a small, underdeveloped town in India, Kavita firmly believes in financial inclusion as a transformative solution to poverty.

Lauren Sallata
Chief Marketing Officer, Ricoh

A passionate and vocal advocate for women’s empowerment, Lauren is committed to mentoring women in business and initiatives designed to support women’s advancement in the workplace.

Ruth Rowan
CMO, Avanade

Avanade is recognized as one of Europe’s most diverse and inclusive businesses. Ruth is a firm believer that supporting women and gender equality is not only a moral, but also a strategic imperative for creating a more equitable and fairer world.

Shuchi Sarkar
Global Head of Marketing-Segments, AWS

Shuchi is widely recognized as a mentor for women leaders and marketing professionals, as well as being an accomplished speaker and recipient of numerous industry awards.

Suzanne Randall
Managing Director, Accenture

Suzanne has a strong focus on addressing the gender gap in technology and expanding access to computer science education, working with organizations such as, the Anita Borg Institute, and Women Who Code.

Toni Allen
Senior Commercial Leader, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

Toni is a strong advocate for empowering women in the workplace and has spoken and written extensively on the subject of women’s leadership. She has empowered women through her work with the global Women in Business Network and the Women in Technology network.

We’ve been fortunate to be able to welcome some of these incredible women on the Breaking the Bias podcast, hosted by Alisha Lyndon, CEO at Momentum ITSMA. To learn more and hear what these women have to say, follow the links below.

Aarti Sabhlaney – Helping More Women Thrive in Engineering
Angie Henderson Moncada – Harness the Power of Being You
Antonia Wade – True Leadership Knows No Boundaries
Christina Leimoni – Legislation Leads Culture
Suzanne Randall – Building Resilience from Difference
Toni Allen – How to be an Ally

Related Resources

How to be an ally

Toni Allen of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) describes what it means to be an ally, how the IET is nurturing the next generation of talent, and what employers can do to build an inclusive future.

Helping more women thrive in engineering

In this podcast, the Mentor for Women In Tech discusses the importance of role models, how women can increase their sense of belonging in a male-dominated industry and what businesses must do to better embrace female talent.

Harness the power of being you

In this episode of Breaking the bias, Head of Marketing at FM Global shares her thoughts on how finance is finally breaking the mould, and why our superpower is also our kryptonite.