When it comes to diversity & inclusion in the tech space, it’s no secret that the industry is lacking. Gender disparity is wide with only 26% of computing jobs being held by women. In addition, the turnover rate is more than twice as high for women than it is for men in tech industry jobs — 41% versus 17%1. SADA is committed to closing the gap by implementing strategies and practices that support an inclusive, diverse, and supportive environment. For example, SADA has implemented the RecruitHER tool to analyze our own microaggressions and tackle unconscious biases in job descriptions. Other efforts include:
- Paid maternity leave
- Promoting from within through professional development and mentoring
- Sponsoring booths at Women Impact Tech and the Society of Women Engineers Conference to network with hundreds of female engineers
- Partnering with alternative coding schools to help non-traditional engineering students become successful cloud engineers
In honor of International Women’s Day and to celebrate women in tech, we’ve rounded up eight of SADA’s Cloud N Clear podcasts that feature interviews with women who are making an impact in the cloud computing industry. The Cloud N Clear podcast explores how organizations are transforming the way their people work, and the way their industry goes to market in the context of Google Cloud. It features experts from SADA, partners, and customers discussing and debating what digital transformation means in the real world. Check out the following podcasts to hear eight inspiring female leaders speak on topics like workforce transformation, market trends, engineering culture, diversity & inclusion, digital marketing, and more.
SADA’s CMO, Speaks on Marketing’s Role & Impact on Brand & Sales in the Cloud Era
Marketing plays a huge role not only in increasing brand awareness but also in driving lead generation and sales. Sit down with SADA CMO, Narine Galstian, as she discusses how SADA positions itself in the Google Cloud ecosystem to align with executives’ vision for the cloud. Walk through how marketing works with branding, demand generation, and sales tactics, and digital efforts in an integrated marketing approach aligned with Google Marketing teams and solutions selling. In the digital era, marketing is no longer a one-touch approach and Narine explains how SADA’s GTM strategy with Google is not only a top-down approach but also bottom-up.Listen Now