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Awards & Recognitions

by El Mundo Boston Magazine

The Latino 30 under 30 honors young individuals with ties to Massachusetts making an indelible impact across the nation and world in a variety of fields, including, but not limited to, Business, Sports, Community Activism, and Fine Arts. The list serves to highlight the growing and invaluable impact of the Latino community in Boston, the commonwealth and the world.

Mariana Carvalho El Mundo Boston Latino 30 Under 30
Mariana Carvalho HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achiever 2021

HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achiever 2021

by Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility

Launched in 2007, the HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ (YHCA) program recognizes the outstanding achievements of young Hispanic professionals in Corporate America (Fortune 500), and further the organization’s vision to increase the number of Hispanics on corporate boards. Finalists are selected based on their demonstrated leadership qualities and capabilities within their respective corporations.

by Globant Awards 

Women that Build Awards provide visibility, education, and networking spaces to inspire women-identifying individuals to keep excelling, showing that when technology meets passion, the unthinkable happens. I was a finalist in the Rising Stars category in 2020.

Globant Awards Mariana Carvalho Finalist Rising Star Women that Build 2020
Mariana Carvalho One Young World Scholar 2019 Zurich Foundation OYW

One Young World Scholar 2019

by One Young World & Zurich Foundation

One Young World is the world's largest conference for young leaders and brings together politicians, activists, writers, and executives to tackle the biggest issues our society faces: social, economic, environmental and political.

In 2019, I received a fellowship from Zurich Foundation to attend One Young World in London, UK.

by Anita Borg Institute for Women in Computing

The Systers Pass It On Awards Program, established by AnitaB.org, aims to support women technologists in building a community that promotes the advancement of women in computing. Through a cash prize, the program provides funding to women currently engaged in or who wish to engage in computing-related projects that inspire and assist women worldwide.

Mariana Carvalho GHC Pass it On Award Anita Borg Grace Hopper

Other Awards & Fellowships

2017

Grace Hopper Celebration Scholar

by Anita Borg Institute for Women in Computing

I was granted a scholarship to attend Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando, FL, the world's biggest conference for women in Computing, Science, and Engineering.

2017

Richard Tapia Conference Scholar

by Association for Computing Machinery

I was granted a scholarship to attend the Tapia Conference, the largest conference for diversity and inclusion of underrepresented minorities in Technology and Science, in Atlanta, GA.

2017

GradCohort CRA-Women Fellow

by Computing Research Association

I was granted a scholarship to attend the Tapia Conference, the largest conference for diversity and inclusion of underrepresented minorities in Technology and Science, in Atlanta, GA.

2017

Women in Cybersecurity Conference Scholar

by National Science Foundation

I was granted with a scholarship to attend Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS), the US largest conference for women in Cybersecurity, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), in Tucson, AZ.

2016

IEEE Security Development Conference Scholar

by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

I was granted with a scholarship to attend IEEE in Boston, MA, in November 2016, in the Cybersecurity Development Conference.

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