Lizette Spangenberg is passionate about human-centered design, research, and solving problems. She's a Head Of Design at DVT and currently busy with a Ph.D. thesis in health humanities and is the co-founder of DxZA. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Lizette agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Nicaise Ishimwe is a team-oriented, and self-motivated Tech Professional, bringing over 8 years of experience in enhancing business software products development and validation in the fields of AI, telecommunications as well as web/mobile applications. She is a Co-Founder of SheUps and Software QA Engineer - Alexa International at Amazon. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Nicaise agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Maria del Mar Llambí is a Business Applications MVP and Technical Architect in KPMG. Mar is passionate about technological disclosure, committed to the visibility of women in the tech world and the defense of #LowCode to achieve complete business solutions. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Mar agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Eveline Oehrlich is the Chief Research Officer at the DevOps Institute. She held the position of VP and Research Director at Forrester Research, where she led and conducted research around a variety of topics including DevOps, Digital Operational Excellence, IT and Enterprise Service Management, AIOps, Application Performance Management, and many other IT Automation topics for 13 years. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Eveline agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Kesha Williams is an award-winning software engineer, a machine learning practitioner, and a training architect with 25 years of experience in IT. Forbes, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Oracle have applauded her contributions to the technology community, and Kesha has spoken on the TED stage about the transformative power of artificial intelligence. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Kesha agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Sara Sabin is a qualified accountant, former start-up founder, and leadership coach, as well as a regular contributor for Entrepreneur Magazine and the Fast Company. She is on a mission to change how we perceive leadership and believes that anyone if encouraged, has leadership potential. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Sara agreed to give an interview and share her story.
Zoe Kuyanda is Co-Founder at Girl Coders Zambia. Her fascination for technology has grown over the years and she acquired a strong set of problem-solving skills. Zoe has previous experience working as a web developer for Radicity Brands and Girl...
Nadia Milani is a Marketing Director at TeraGo – cultivating digital innovation by accelerating marketing technology and keeping a sharp focus on brand experience. In 2020, Nadia was added to Marketo's Fearless 50 list, being recognized as one of the top 50 marketers in the world. Especially for the WomenTech Network, Nadia agreed to give an interview and share her story.
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