While much progress has been made, there’s still a long way to go to achieve gender parity in the technology sector. Today, women hold between 17-30% of tech-focused roles at eight of the world’s largest tech companies. Here’s a snapshot of the history of women in tech, a global view of women in the tech workforce, a breakdown of roles and much more.
Despite progress, women are still underrepresented in the technology sector. We spoke to three female leaders in tech who provided insights into their career success and advice for future generations of girls, including reframing challenges as opportunities, taking steps to avoid burnout, and embracing self-advocacy.
As Chief Responsibility Officer, Christine Fraser gets to witness the remarkable initiatives being led by Dell Technologies through business commitments and the efforts of thousands of team members across the globe. Christine shares her renewed optimism for the future of tech with insights on social impact, diversity and inclusion, ethics and security, and more.
For employee owners at the fourth largest craft brewing company in the U.S., culture isn’t about what you say; it’s about what you do. New Belgium Brewing’s culture is strongly based on sustainability and workplace wellness, and continues to be an example many companies strive to emulate.
New technology is leading a global culture shift in the workplace. How should business leaders look at the future of work when it comes to creating a sense of community with a remote workforce, addressing multiple generations’ digital preferences, and more? Tamara McCleary, CEO of Thulium, explains the writing on the wall.
While the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) continue to sell our favorite thin mints and samoas, its leaders are working to alter the landscape of science, technology and mathematics (STEM) by continuing to promote 70 STEM-specific badges and adding new Coding for Good badges this summer.