March 8th, 2021 Read Time: 2 minutes
The Electric Team provides real-time IT support to 25,000 users and centralized IT management to over 400 customers.
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In celebration of International Women’s Day, we asked some of our female-identifying employees: “What is the one word that you would use to describe yourself?”
Here’s what they said:
Becky, Team Lead, Implementation – Reliable
Gabby, Lead Generation Associate – Innovative
Ariella, Product Manager – Persistent
Mush, Level I Service Desk Technician – Empowered
Dani, Senior Creative Manager – Creative
Brittany, IT Project Manager – Empathetic
Janet, People Operations Manager – Cozy
Hannah, Senior Product Marketing Manager – Tenacious
Julia, Executive Assistant – Resilient
Colleen, Senior Director, Service Desk – Strong
Rita, Quality Assurance, Team Lead – Passionate
Carly, Senior Account Executive – Determined
Phoebe, Inbound Sales Development Representative – Appreciative
Kaylin, IT Project Manager – Badass
Sabrina, Junior Designer – Imaginative
We are grateful for all the ways above (and more!) that our female-identifying employees continue to lead, empower, enrich, and uplift both within our own organization and beyond.
Join us as Women’s History Month continues for DiversITy: Shattering the SaaS Ceiling.
On this stop of the IT Pro Tour Virtual Event series, female-identifying leaders from Electric, Black Girls Hack, HelloFresh, Divvy, Laika, and Benchling are coming together to break the “IT Guy” narrative.
In this ‘Ask Me Anything’ session brought to you by Electric & Black Girls Hack, we’ll shed light on:
Why female-identifying folks are underrepresented in IT & tech more broadly
Necessary and effective strategies your organization should implement to boost gender diversity
How to combat gender bias in the workplace
At Electric, creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is a top priority. Electric encourages employees to bring their truest self to work. This is a place where all are welcome and all are valued. With partnerships like The Last Mile and Valence, and our ever-evolving employee resource groups (ERGs), diversity isn’t something we just talk about—it’s woven into who we are. Electric’s current ERGs include the Black Bolts, Women, and Pride.
Electric is a place where employees are truly valued. A few of our core values include: caring above all else; without change, there is no innovation; and chasing excellence. Our foundation is built on a culture of helping each other out and genuinely caring about one another and the work we do. We believe that constant change means progress. Growth, learning, and improvement are at the forefront of our community. We push ourselves and each other to make incredible things happen.