Virtual Seminar with Dell’s Vice President of Platform Software Engineering
This event is a great fit for software engineers with at least 2+ years of experience. If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com for an invitation.
Dell EMC and PowerToFly invite you to an exclusive virtual seminar for women in engineering featuring Gerry Hackett, Dell's Vice President of Platform Software Engineering. On this seminar, our panel will discuss Dell's latest engineering innovations, our panelists' career journeys as women in tech and Dell's company culture.
The virtual seminar will take place on Thursday July 12 from 12pm to 1pm CST.
The panel of Dell's women tech leaders will include:
- Gerry Hackett - Senior Vice President of Platform Software Engineering
- Angie Bickley - Senior Director, Program Management
- Kalyani Khobragade - Director, Software Engineering
- Joyce Metevier - Director, Memory Systems Engineering
- Jo Ann Varble -Director, Software Engineering
Dell believes that diversity - of thought, culture, background, gender, age, sexual orientation, race and language - is crucial to innovation. Dell has been included on DiversityInc's list of Top 50 Companies for seven years in a row. Their competitive benefits include a work from home program, caregiver support, adoption assistance and their 'Women in Action' Employee Resource Group.
About our webinars: All RSVP'd attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age.
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If there's a thread that connects all the different facets of Rosie Roca's life, it's the power of bringing people together.
From how she was raised, to how she got her first job, to the decision to leave enterprise software to take on her current role as the Chief Customer Officer at fast-growing events technology platform Hopin, a focus on community has helped to guide Rosie's decisions.
After a brief hiatus, we're picking our series of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) terms back up!
This month we're looking at different ways of addressing people with disabilities.
In honor of Black History Month, we've been reading some of the great books written by four of the talented Black speakers that joined us at our recent Diversity Reboot Summit—because Black History Month isn't just about looking to the past, it's about elevating the Black voices that are helping to build a better present and future.
Have you read any of the books below? Let us know what you think!