Splunk Women In Tech: Making the Jump to the Executive and C-Suite
Research shows that women who have a sponsor are more likely to have better pay, advance more quickly, get more high-profile assignments and stay in the workforce once they have children. Yet, men are 45% more likely than women to have a sponsor.
On Monday, Dec. 12, Tracy Edkins, Chief Human Resources Officer at Splunk, shared this research and highlighted the importance of sponsorship as she kicked off Splunk’s Women in Technology event: Making the Jump to the Executive and C-Suite. The event brought together 50 senior-level Splunkers to engage in a conversation on this topic. The evening included networking and executive-facilitated discussions over dinner, followed by a fireside chat with Godfrey Sullivan, Chairman of the Board and former …
Splunk Sponsors Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
The 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing will take place Oct.19-21 in Houston, Texas, and we are pleased that Splunk has signed on as a sponsor. The world’s largest gathering of women technologists will include inspiring workshops, seminars and networking events.
Named after computer pioneer Admiral Grace Hopper, the conference connects women in computing with organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative. The event is presented by the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology, a nonprofit organization focused on the advancement of women in computing.
Splunk will have a booth at the event (#2414), so you can come by and talk to Splunkers from our products, marketing and human resources teams about opportunities …