“When I joined [Women at Now], it was just amazing. In our sessions and discussions, we share all the best things in the world. They help women grow, understand, learn, and explore.”
For Hosna, the reason to be part of Women at Now is simple: “To be inspired and inspire others.”
In her previous companies, Hosna experienced discrimination that has encouraged her to speak out.
“Being a woman -- and an immigrant woman -- in the tech industry comes with its own challenges. Every time I am assigned to a new project, I feel I need to work much harder to prove that I am ‘good enough’ and ‘fully capable’ of doing my job. Not having a commonly heard name and accent is part of my identity and sometimes I feel like being who I am creates prejudice against me.”
Meg has seen that “Engineering culture can be less welcoming for women sometimes.” At ServiceNow, for the first time, she was hired by a woman, and is on a diverse team with “no ego involved” and a commitment to a common goal.
“What I really love about working here is you’re human first,” Kristen says. “And then comes your work and your employment in that order. It's very focused on Maslow's hierarchy of needs. If I can't meet the basic needs of showing up authentically, being supported emotionally, being engaged in an intellectual manner, and utilizing my skill set to the best of their abilities then I'm not going to be the best at my job and I feel like my boss and my team really understand that.”
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