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Technology company F5 has many senior women working in its ranks

Technology company F5 has many senior women working in its ranks

 October 29, 2019

At F5 Networks, women's skills and experience are highly valued. And F5 is proud to have a number of female professionals choosing the company as their employer.

At F5, there are many female officers, executives and board members who represent the company at a board meeting.

Women professionals choose F5

Among the female leaders pictured above is Kara Sprague, Senior Vice President, General Manager of Application Delivery Controller (ADC). Kara joined F5 from the global management consulting firm, McKinsey and Company, where she held various leadership positions across their technology practice. A trained computer scientist and electrical engineer, Kara holds two master’s degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and serves on the board of Girls Who Code

Renuka Nadkarni is also an F5 leader. Renuka is the Vice President of Business Operations and Chief of Staff to the CEO at F5. She is responsible for the operational cadence and governance of the business, and provides market and technical insights that inform F5’s business and technology strategies.

Renuka has held various product management and marketing positions, building cutting-edge cloud and security products and launching new businesses at VMware, Infoblox, NetCitadel, and Nevis Networks. She holds an MS in Electric Engineering from the University of Houston and a BS in Electric Engineering from the University of Mumbai.

Kara and Renuka and are two of many experienced women who have chosen to further their careers with F5 Networks.

Become a tech leader at prime employer, F5 

With a unique combination of talents and a bold vision for the future, the diverse leadership teams at F5 Networks are excelling. 

Join impressive women like Kara, Renuka and Mika in choosing F5 as your employer. Search and apply for job opportunities today.


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