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REGISTER for Amazon's special Women in Operations (Tech) virtual event. Plus they launched Future Engineer, supported Grace Hopper Celebrations and signed a Climate Change pledge.
HCL, a Women4Tech Summit associate sponsor, discussed gender diversity in the mobile industry, plus supported Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
MetLife is featured in Lean In and McKinsey's Women in the Workplace Report for best practice supporting high-potential women into leadership.
F5 Networks Executive Vice President, Kara Sprague, reflects on their partnership between Girls Who Code and the Global Good Program.
84.51° features Logan Davis and Mackenzie Crowell and their digital data career paths, plus the company installs an inspiring mural and employees support local Cincinnati causes.
AECOM names Orla Pease as Vice President of Digital Innovation, while industry veteran Wendy Lopez wins Legacy Award.
Arcadis hosted a fabulous data analytics hackathon, plus learn how they're preparing interns for environmental sustainability careers.
BD VP of Public Affairs, Elizabeth Woody, discusses the company's commitment to transparency while Chrisna du Toit explains her medical technology sales role.
Capgemini's Fiona Loftus discusses what it takes to be an ace architect while Maya Modi explains her move from healthcare to tech.
Diageo, a top company for gender equality, joins the Business Avengers coalition to support sustainability while Wall Street Journal interviews CMO Syl Saller on her priorities.
Eaton hosts Aerospace Talent Day and spotlights their global inclusion resource groups, while Victoria shares internship experience.
EBRD appoints CFO Soha El-Turky, a further woman executive since Chief Economist Beata Javorcik's commencement, plus the bank hosts a conference on the future of equality and inclusion in the workplace.
Exyte CEO discusses artificial intelligence (AI) while women working with Exyte go on water rafting adventure after winning APAC Photo Contest.
Honeywell engineers are inspired to break the glass orbit, plus hear from #futureshapers Shilpa, Jill, Charlotte, Alicia and Christie. Read about their Women’s Networking Event and why Honeywell employees bring their kids to work.
McDonald's pledges to offer 43,000 apprenticeships by 2025 plus they're encouraging applications for HACER Scholarships.
Medtronic offers brilliant return to work engineering returnships and is named a Best Employer for New Graduates, plus Audra Watt is named a Super Woman in Business.
Northrop Grumman's Yolanda Murphy is awarded 40 Under 40 Honoree and data scientist Hannah Howell discusses artificial intelligence (AI).
Nottingham Trent University scoops awards from British Heart Foundation, UK Social Mobility Awards and Advance HE.
NSW Customer Service, winner of Industry Collaboration Award for training, launches Internet of Things policy.
Rio Tinto non-executive Director Dr Megan Clark is joint recipient of prestigious Australian Academy of Science Medal, plus read about Sicelokuhle Ndiweni's career journey.
Schneider Electric, a top company for gender equality, sees CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire as a Harvard Business Review Top 100 CEO in the World while Chantal Maria Scaccabarozzi and Ana Marfil share career journeys.
University of Sheffield ranks highly for arts and humanities and graduate employment while academics receive funding and award nominations, plus hear from inspirational engineers.
Vodafone launches Digital Creators Challenge and their Driving Gender Diversity at the Top report shows 36% of their leadership roles are filled by women and they're well on the way to their 40% by 2030.
Oracle has a wide range of great career vacancies around the world for talented women.
FDM Group offers brilliant training for graduates and woman returners to kickstart a tech career.
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