Welcome to ODTUG Women in Tech

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A year-round program that fosters engaging conversations while offering career tips, inspiring reads, and real-life stories with the potential to guide technology professionals in their paths to success.

Women in Tech is open to all members interested in promoting equality and diversity in the workplace. With support from the whole community, we hope to create a space for dialogue, collaboration, and growth.


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<<What is this initiative about?>>

This initiative aims to provide a space to explore issues of equality and diversity in the workplace. It is a forum to share tips and insights that will help everyone succeed in their technology careers.


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<<What’s in it for me?>>

This is an opportunity to be part of an amazing community, become a mentor or a mentee, develop your own leadership and public speaking skills, learn, and share valuable advice with the rest of the ODTUG WIT community.


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<<What is the format of the initiative?>>

Our goal is to engage the ODTUG WIT community via regular webinars/podcasts that highlight ODTUG Women in Tech members and discuss various WIT topics, followed by WIT blog posts.


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<<Are you interested in participating?>>

Respond to the jotform below to let us know if you’d like to participate!

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<<Who is leading this effort?>>

Spearheading the WIT Program is ODTUG member Alecs Mlynarzek, the PCMCS product manager at Alithya US. Alecs has 13 years of experience in the EPM space, and she regularly gives talks at conferences such as Oracle OpenWorld, ODTUG Kscope, UKOUG, and Special Interest Group events in the UK. She is active on Customer Cloud Connect and publishes regular blog posts on the Alithya website. Alecs works closely with the Oracle PCM Product Management team to support the continuous growth and refinement of the Profitability SaaS offering.

Alecs loves travelling, having lived in Romania, Italy, UK, Chile, and—as of Oct 2016—in Boston, MA. She is an active participant of Women in Technology events in the Boston area. She is a passionate advocate for positive change and constant improvement.


<<A word from Alecs on why WIT matters>>

“There are many incredibly talented women in the ODTUG technology world, and we need to hear from them more often! Women in tech can be agents of positive change by simply putting their stories in the spotlight. By engaging in candid conversations about their growth, lessons learned, and successes in their technology careers, they can pave the way for future generations of women in technology and give that much needed motivation boost to those who believe they are struggling to achieve more. Talent, dedication, and hard work yield better results when we are surrounded by a network of supportive individuals. Let’s become that network!”

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