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WIS: Women in Tech: Delusion or Progress and What you can do about it

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Date and Time

May 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference

Event Type

Women in Security

Organizer

Amelia Ghidotti

Contact

Lisa O'Connell

Overview

Is the company talent management process helping your career advancements? How do we combat the assumptions about demographics and life choices; disparity starting from the first landing spot; women leave to start families; women don't aspire to upper management? The purpose of this webinar is to share some personal experiences in applying project management principles to a technical career planning and what you can do to track your own progress over time. Skills in cybersecurity is only the first step, technical proficiency, problem solving capabilities, knowledge in domain and context outside security and privacy as well as other soft skills are just as important for any technology focused career plans for women.

Moderator

Speaker/s

Helene Shih

Helena was trained as a software programmer and spent most of her career in the tech sector at companies like Apple, IBM, Sun, and so on. However, during COVID pandemic, she decided to pivot her career toward the healthcare sector and joined CVSHealth digital division in 2021. 

 

Helena has a unique ability to adapt and excel in an evolving environment since moving to the US from Taiwan in her early twenties. She is passionate about continuously learning and applying her skills to new contexts. She brings a global perspective to her work, whether it's from working as a system engineer and mainframe operator at NEC or global technical product manager on medical devices at Olympus. Helena previously was the corporate level globalization and quality executive and served as a board member for the Unicode Consortium.

 

When not at work, Helena enjoys reading, traveling, and giving back to the community. Since 2015, she has been an active volunteer at Save a Dog in Sudbury, MA. 

See Helene Shih‘s full profile.

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