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VMware has created an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) function within the Office of the CTO that is working closely with the companyu2019s CIO to mitigate risk and drive innovation.
IT leaders seeking to make a difference on diversity must become better allies of marginalized groups in IT, a process that requires reflection and courage in assuring issues are addressed and voices are uplifted.
Without transparency, organizations will struggle to close gender and racial pay gaps and attract the talent they need.
HP CISO Joanna Burkey sees a pivot to business partnership as vital for cybersecurityu2019s success. Inspiring women to join the sector is essential to this shift.
Pioneering companies are strengthening management and hiring strategies to recruit and retain neurodiverse talent u2014 and are reaping unexpected benefits of ND inclusivity in the process.
CIOs committed to creating more career opportunities in IT for underrepresented communities are asking 5,000 of their peers to join an organized effort to drive meaningful change.
A growing understanding of the importance of diverse teams has brought renewed urgency to addressing one of ITu2019s most persistent problems: gender pay inequity.
AvidXchange CIO Angelic Gibson and CISO Christina Quaine are bridging the gap between IT and security by drawing on their experiences as women rising the ranks in IT.
IT leaders are facilitating multi-pronged efforts to hire employees from underrepresented groups, though cultivating belonging remains a difficult u2014 and often unfulfilled u2014 task.
Women in Technology offers program members access to women mentors in leadership roles to help advance their careers in what remain male-dominated fields.