AUSTIN, Texas — Quantum Loophole’s executive vice president of real estate, Sylvia Kang, has been recognized among the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council (NDC), a nonprofit organization that advocates for the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The award recognizes the achievements of women nationwide who are breaking barriers and setting standards for themselves and others in the technology space. Kang joins the ranks of a diverse and highly accomplished group of innovative women in executive roles at companies, such as Equinix, IBM, Qualcomm, T-Mobile, and Unitas Global, among others. As part of the DiversityFirst program, NDC recognized the 2021 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology at the 17th Annual National Diversity and Leadership Conference, which was held virtually April 21-22 and April 28-29. Award winners were selected from organizations across the country and represent various industries, such as health care, technology, and entertainment. 
At Quantum Loophole, Kang leads international and domestic data center site selection, capacity procurement, and energy management. Her strategic oversight is critical to driving Quantum Loophole’s data center city approach that leverages environmental sustainability at its core.
“Receiving the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology is a great honor, as I am incredibly humbled by my peers in this industry,” Kang said. “More importantly, however, it validates the important role that all of the dynamic award winners play in inspiring women everywhere who are currently working in or considering a career in technology or other STEM-related fields. I am delighted to have been chosen to join this highly accomplished group of inspiring female leaders.”
“The recognition Syliva has received as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology is a testament to the contribution that Sylvia brings to the greater data center community and to Quantum Loophole,” said Josh Snowhorn, CEO and founder of Quantum Loophole. “We’re very proud that Sylvia has been honored with this award.”