We need a different approach to getting and keeping women in the tech industry. Here’s where the Metaverse comes in, writes Janet Schijns.
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During the Women in Tech session at Community Summit 2022, Cathy Richards-Ingram from Avalara, Jennifer Harris from TMC, and Ann D’Emilio from Vertex shared their experiences and advice as women in the technology field.
The Women in Tech session inspired hundreds of attendees as they learned about and discussed topics from taking risks to fostering an inclusive workplace.
At Summit North America 2022, Gayle Keller delivered the Women in Tech session keynote, which focused on taking risks, closing the gender gap, and achieving sustainable empowerment.
From ideas to Women in Tech to community developments, Day 2 of Community Summit was filled with ideas and insights for Microsoft users.
Given the current IT talent shortage, now is the time to recruit and retain more women in tech industry. Janet Schijns outlines a three-point plan to get the job done.
Co-Founder Tamara Obradov tells us how the Lunam Lab collective has developed a strategy rooted in Web 3.0 and the Metaverse to level the playing field for female entrepreneurs.
Are there ways that we can create change in Women in Technology conversations? How can we challenge the stigma that has existed for so long? In this “Back @ IT” episode, Aaron chats with Gayle Keller to uncover answers to these questions.
In honor of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, we reflect on highlights from the Women in Technology Reception at Summit 2021
Kate O’Neill, author and “tech humanist” chats with Aaron Back, Senior Analyst on the explosive growth of technology and the huge impacts to humanity. And, many organizations have seen this impact and are seeking to solve human-scale problems. But, what more can be done?
Innovation is born from diversification in thought, ideas, and passions. We have come a long way to close the gap for women in technology. However, we still have a long way to go. So, what can we do?