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Live Q&A with David Leighton, President, Women in Technology

Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Katie Broderick of 451 Research will interview David Leighton, President of Women in Technology about a recent survey of 1,100 WITI members, which found that early STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) exposure is crucial and a variety of support mechanisms are needed to achieve women's goals in a predominantly male field.
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  • Live Q&A with David Leighton, President, Women in Technology Recorded: Sep 21 2016 24 mins
    Katie Broderick, 451 Research & David Leighton, President, Women in Technology International
    Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Katie Broderick of 451 Research will interview David Leighton, President of Women in Technology about a recent survey of 1,100 WITI members, which found that early STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) exposure is crucial and a variety of support mechanisms are needed to achieve women's goals in a predominantly male field.
  • Wanted: Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Recorded: Sep 13 2016 37 mins
    Katie Broderick, Research Director, 451 Research
    What are some of today's biggest challenges for women in STEM? We will examine the findings from the WITI/451 Research report examining the impact of gender in the workplace for the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Titled "Wanted: Women in STEM - An Exploration of Influential Factors, Their Professional Journey & Ways to Foster Change," the survey of 1,100 WITI members found that early STEM exposure is crucial and a variety of support mechanisms are needed to achieve women's goals in a predominantly male field. Read more at: http://www.witi.com/STEMwomen

    Katie Broderick is Research Director at 451 Research. She has collaborated on some of the industry's leading quantitative research on colocation, cloud computing, and datacenter infrastructure management. Currently, Ms. Broderick runs 451 Research's Datacenter KnowledgeBase. She also studies market dynamics on a custom basis for clients including topics such as cloud computing, hosting, software-defined infrastructure, and brand awareness.
WITI (Women in Technology International)
With a global network of smart, talented women and a market reach exceeding 2 million, WITI has powerful programs and partnerships that provide connections, resources, opportunities and a supportive environment of women committed to helping each other. Along with its professional association of Networks throughout the U.S. and worldwide, including Hong Kong, Great Britain, Australia, and Mexico, WITI delivers value for individuals that work for a company, the government or academia, as well as small business owners.

WITI products and services include: Networking, WITI Marketplace, Career Services/Search, National Conferences and Regional Events, Publications and Resources, Small Business Programs, Research, Bulletin Boards and more.

WITI's Mission

WITI's mission is to empower women worldwide to achieve unimagined possibilities and transformations through technology, leadership and economic prosperity.

WITI's Goals

Provide a platform of connections, resources and opportunities
Transform corporate and media perceptions of women
Create a pipeline of women to fill leadership positions in corporate America
Demonstrate that advancing women directly contributes to the prosperity of all
Influence top leaders in government, academia and industry to recognize the purchasing power of women
Encourage girls and young women to choose business and technology careers

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