- The HITEC 100 list is a compilation of the top Hispanic professionals in the technology industry from across the United States.
- The list celebrates their leadership and achievements in all sectors of the industry.
HITEC announced Monica Hernandez, Founder and CEO of MAS Global Consulting has been named to the 2023 HITEC 100 list of the most influential and notable Hispanic professionals in the technology industry.
The HITEC 100 list is a compilation of the top Hispanic professionals in the technology industry from across the United States and celebrates their leadership and achievements in all sectors of the industry. Awardees are evaluated on their accomplishments in the ever-changing global landscape of technology and for their mentoring and professional development activities. Individuals included on the list were selected by the 2022 Awards Committee. Nominations are solicited from HITEC members and the general public.
“We are honored to highlight and recognize the top 100 Hispanics in technology,” said Lúcia Soares, HITEC Awards Committee Chair, Board of Directors. “This year, we opened our aperture to include executives in non-technology roles, but who are driving technology transformation in their organizations because all businesses are being fueled by the energy of technology disruption. The caliber of 2023 HITEC 100 awardees is stellar and representative of the diversity in backgrounds, industries and impact in business results. Congratulations to all – we are proud of our best and know you will inspire many more to come.”
“It has been a source of pride and privilege for me to witness the caliber of leadership from our community, our Familia.” said Guillermo Diaz, Jr., HITEC Chairman. “For almost 15 years, seeing the evolution and the transformation of HITEC as an organization starting with the founders and the leaders who paved the way for even more Hispanics in Technology. And now, this amazing group of awardees has shown us and more importantly the next generation that they ‘can be what they can see’. Congratulations to the HITEC 100 and keep inspiring for yourselves and those looking up to you!”
“These 100 leaders represent the best of our community, and they embody our larger vision of how Hispanics technology leaders can make a lasting impact in our communities,” said Omar Duque, HITEC President.
About MAS Global Consulting
MAS Global is a Florida-based software development and data services firm with diverse talent across the US and LATAM, collaborating in the same time zone with our US-based clients for maximum speed and agility. Our MAS teams help our clients use the latest web, cloud, AI, and data technologies, to build innovative products and deliver enterprise-scale digital capabilities. MAS Global is one of the top 3% Latino and women-owned firms in the US with proven enterprise scale execution working with multiple Fortune500 corporations. Our Founder Monica Hernandez, originally from Colombia, now based in Tampa, FL, has been named to the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women and Women of Color Achievement Award by WPO (Women Presidents Organization). MAS Global also started a foundation called MAS Future to provide educational opportunities for girls and women in tech.
MAS Global has multiple awards and recognitions such as: Deloitte Technology Fast500: Top 500 Fastest Growing Technology Companies in North America, 5 times Inc5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies by Inc Magazine, Tampa Bay Fast50, Global IT Sector Winner by WeConnect International, sponsored by Cisco, and Minority Business Enterprise Supplier of the year by Florida State Minority Diversity Council.
HITEC is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT technology executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology. HITEC’s premier network spans the Americas and is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations, and role models in a rapidly changing, flatter, and information technology-centric world. These global leaders include executives leading Global 1000 corporations while others lead some of the largest Hispanic-owned technology firms across the Americas.