I was able to sit down with Wendy Lea, CEO of Cintrifuse, and talk about her career, and the question how tech can be more inclusive for minorities.
I was able to sit down with Wendy Pfeiffer, CIO at Nutanix, to talk about life in tech in the 80s and early 90s, her career path, and how being a woman has influenced her career.
I was able to sit down with Meagen Eisenberg, CMO at MongoDB to talk about new ideas in SaaS Marketing, her career path, and how being a mom has made her better at her job as a CMO.
I was able to sit down with Diana Knodel, CEO at App Camps to talk about education and coding, online learning and her experience as an entrepreneur.
I was able to sit down with Gretchen DeKnikker, ex-COO at SaaStr and Co-Founder of Social Pandas, to talk about the SaaS universe, challenges startups are facing today, and her own path and experience in enterprise SaaS.
It’s a sad fact that the tech industry is still vastly dominated by men. Currently, women hold only around 25% of all tech jobs. The number is even smaller for management roles. Only 14% of all CTO positions in tech companies belong to women. You’d think with all the innovative products, ideas and technologies launched every day, the tech industry would have figured out gender equality. Well, it hasn’t. As technology keeps advancing into every aspect of our lives, this is something that has to change. It is more important than ever to make women seen and female voices heard.
Today, we want to present you 7 outstanding female CTOs. These women are leading the way for women in tech in 2017 and beyond.