RCA’s Vivian Carr Award

RCA’s Vivian Carr Award was first established in 2004.  Vivian Carr had a 40-year career in the electronic and telecommunications industry, working for the world famous  Bell Laboratories in New York City and for AT&T at the corporation’s New York headquarters. She blazed a trail for women in the profession, and became the first female member of the Engineers’ Club of New York and the first female member of the Radio Club of America.  Vivian was also the president of the RCA from 2011-2012. The Vivian A. Carr Award was created to recognize women who have made outstanding achievements in the wireless industry.

To see the various recipients of this award, go to  http://radioclubofamerica.org/about-us/awards/the-vivian-a-carr-award/