They are: Jennifer Lawton, respected technologist, entrepreneur, and pioneer in the 3D printing industry; Marian Salzman, thought leader in public relations, among the world’s top five trend spotters; and Beatrix Farrand (1872-1959), nationally renowned landscape architect.
“From technology to marketing to landscaping and beyond, the opportunities to shape our world through design and innovation are limitless,” says Katherine Wiltshire, executive director of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame. “This year, we honor and share the stories of three women whose contributions have revolutionized the ways we think about, relate to and communicate with the world around us. Their work crosses spatial, technological and social boundaries, inspiring us to work harder, think bigger and imagine a more connected future.”
The 21st Annual Induction Ceremony & Celebration will take place on October 29 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.