Thank you Ada…
Thank you Ada…
Elizabeth Peyton-Chatfield, MT(CSMLS)
Senior Services Specialist
March is Women History Month, the month we celebrate women’s contribution to culture, history, and society. If you were to search influential women of history you would find women of all ages and backgrounds from world leaders such as Elizabeth I and Jacinda Ardern; pioneers of healthcare, Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell the first female physician and Geneticist Rosalind Franklin. We can’t forget today’s young women who are making history, Malala Yousafzai who at the age of 15 began campaigning, against all odds, for girls rights to education in Pakistan and Greta Thunberg who at age 16 is a global leader for environmental issues.
Did you know the world’s first computer programmer was a woman? Ada Lovelace, an English mathematician. I wonder what she would think of computer technology today, after all her ‘Notes’ are considered to be the first computer program.
Although we may not go down in world history, I would like to take a moment to celebrate the incredible women of Vedant Health. From our amazing business and sales teams who engage our current and future clients, our project manager who keeps us on task and organized, to our blood bank and service specialists. The knowledge and dedication each of these women present every day to support our clients is incomparable. Combined we have over 100 years of healthcare and quality assurance experience. I feel fortunate to be a part of the incredible Vedant Family.
Thank you Ada, for paving the way for all women in technology.