It is essential to have a fair chance at a high quality of life and is measured in terms of progress including equal experiences, equal wages and equal opportunities for career advancement.
Nearly a year ago, I was tapped to help build Commvault’s new business incubation team, which was given a very short ramp to launch an innovative SaaS offering with a unique business model in a little over six months.
Join us as we continue our celebration of International Women’s Day. Today we highlight three dynamic women whose stories embody passion, drive and the true meaning of success.
In honor of International Women’s Day, our Women in Technology employee resource group, has chosen to share the stories of women at Commvault whose passion, perseverance and leadership challenge stereotypes in the year of #EachforEqual.
Empowering everyone – regardless of gender or race – with the same access to education and opportunities is a great equalizer.
By Commvault Three years ago, we held our first Women in Technology reception at Commvault GO. It was an important first, and underscored our company’s commitment to developing women in technology and leadership. Since then, the program has really hit its stride. We’ve seen both the continued development of Commvault Women in Technology (CV WiT) […]
By Krischel Crawley In our industry, in business and in many parts of our society today, women’s voices are becoming louder – and they are standing up to be heard. As a female who works in the high-tech industry, I find this change empowering. However, we have not reached a state where parity among genders […]
By Chris Powell We’re getting closer and closer to Oct. 9-11, when Commvault GO takes over Nashville, Tenn. Here are some interesting facts about the “Music City” (a term coined in the 1950s when WSM radio announcer David Cobb first called Nashville “Music City”). The windows of the Country Music Hall of Fame were designed to look […]
By Heather Kernahan I have spent my career in tech. Out of university I launched into the dot com craze, then into startups and midsize tech businesses. Then 13 years ago I came to Silicon Valley to work at a global tech company. In an engineering-first organization, it was clear who ran the place and […]
By Krischel Crawley Up until 1920, women in the United States couldn’t vote, which is hard for many of us to comprehend. On Aug. 26, Women’s Equality Day celebrates the passing of the 19th amendment that ushered in a woman’s right to vote in the U.S. The upcoming commemoration has me thinking about our own […]