President Zoë Morris wins Gold at DataBird Female Executive of the Year Awards

We’re delighted to announce that Frank Recruitment Group’s President, Zoë Morris, has been named a winner in the 2019 DataBird Female Executive of the Year Awards.

Earlier this month, Zoë won Gold in the Top Large Business Female Executive (101 or more employees) category of DataBird Business Journal’s prestigious awards, which honor women who have shown outstanding leadership and significant contributions in their career.

This esteemed accolade recognizes key company achievements attained under Zoë’s management, including our substantial year-on-year growth and continued global expansion, with the addition of five new offices in 2019 alone.

The award also acknowledges Zoë’s accomplishments in championing diversity in the tech industry through, for example, the launch of our first-ever female-only desk focusing on gender diverse hiring, and Frank Recruitment Group being named the official recruitment partner of the Women in IT Awards.

To read more about Zoë’s successes over the past 12 months, visit the DataBird Business Journal website.

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