"I'm humbled to be recognized as one of the Top 50 Women in Tech, and it's an honor to be part of this prestigious group of female leaders," said LaCour. "I have long subscribed to the theory that when one woman shines, the women around her do, too. I am passionate about lifting other women up, and it's my hope that this award helps inspire other women to pursue their dreams and reach their goals—whether in technology or other fields—so that together we can achieve more."
The Top 50 Women in Tech Award recognizes the achievements of women who are breaking barriers and setting high standards for themselves and others. Recipients are female leaders who have made increasingly significant contributions throughout their career to their company and the overall technology industry. They seek to improve not just their departments and companies, but their communities as well, and they strive to eliminate the gender gap in the technology C-suite.
As Blackbaud's CMO, LaCour is responsible for the company's global brand and marketing, corporate communications, and strategic go-to-market and retention functions. She is a passionate change agent focused on driving innovative business strategies and process improvements from ideation to implementation. She also helms the
LaCour has a Master of Business Administration from the
To see the full list of the 2021 Top 50 Women in Tech awardees, visit top50tech.org. Recipients will be honored at the 17th Annual
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