In May, Credera was honored to participate in the WomenTech Global 2022 Conference. The conference brought together women in tech, underrepresented ethnic groups, and allies from all over the world through an interactive platform featuring live educational and training content, keynotes, engaging panels, breakout rooms, technical workshops, and networking with virtual and in-person sessions.
The conference hosted over 11,000 women and underrepresented ethnic groups in technology along with allies from 140 different countries to empower women in technology with an aim to build a worldwide community and discover new opportunities and give back to the community through knowledge sharing.
Credera at WomenTech Global 2022
We are proud to share that Credera was a platinum sponsor for the conference. Additionally, we had over 25 women attend the conference and five leaders who presented at the conference.
Below are the links to each of our leaders' presentations:
Archita Regan, Managing Consultant – Multi-Cloud Adoption: How to Find the Silver Lining
Nickoria Johnson, Partner and Chief Diversity Officer – The Intersectionality of Being a Black Woman in Tech: Take a Walk With Me
Stephanie Quinn, Managing Consultant – Credera UK Meet and Greet
Ashley Alston, Cloud Principal Architect – The 3 C’s With Credera: Consulting, Culture, and Career Growth
Credera’s In-Person WomenTech Event
Credera also hosted over 60 women technologists and enthusiasts at Credera’s headquarters in Addison, Texas to close out the WomenTech Global 2022 Conference. Our goal was to bring together local women to encourage their journey in the tech industry and develop their networks.
We hosted a panel discussion and networking opportunity where we heard from several Credera panelists, Nickoria Johnson and Rachel Slayter, and moderator, Johna Rutz, on their journey with “Setting and Navigating Boundaries in a Male-Dominated Industry.”
We’re glad the attendees spent their time getting to know one another, learning from the panelists, and building a supportive community with others in the field.
Moving forward, we will continue to support the professional development of women at Credera in technology by giving opportunities to attend conferences and other community building opportunities. Additionally, we will continue to amplify the voices of our women in technology to make an impact in our local and global communities.