From Girls Who Code to Women for Women International, women-led organizations are making the world better.
Driven by the #MeToo movement, executives at the Women of the Channel East conference weigh in on what can be done to build a more positive, inclusive culture for the upcoming women in IT.
Former news anchor and commentator Greta Van Susteren shared her take on the biggest issues making headlines today, and stressed the importance of helping other women succeed in a keynote speech at The Channel Company's Women Of The Channel event in New York City.
'Without goals, you won't know what you'll represent. And if you don't actively take charge of your brand, someone will do that for you,' Annie Scranton, founder and president of Pace Public Relations, tells Women of the Channel East attendees.
A panel of executives from a variety of industries took center stage at Women Of The Channel East to discuss why some accomplished people feel like they are 'frauds' -- and how to combat the feeling and find success.
Speaking at the Women of the Channel East event, a panel of executives say that even though the conversation around harrassment is uncomfortable it can be a turning point in driving change.
The channel needs to take a hard look not just at harassment in the workplace, but the cultural norms driving discrimination against women in technology in general, says The Channel Company's Lisa MacKenzie in kicking off the WOTC East conference.
Technologent's Neysa Tonks, a victim of last month's mass shooting in Las Vegas, is remembered as a cherished friend by those who miss her infectious laugh and boundless energy.
Joyce Mullen, Dell EMC's new president of global channels, OEM and IoT Solutions, talks to CRN about her channel strategy, vision and what partners can expect as she takes over the channel charge.