Diversity in IT - Women
When people think about Information Technology, you may immediately think of the stereotype of programming or writing code.
Information technology has a wide variety of roles to support the growing and changing landscape in this field. In fact, with the proliferation of cloud-ready services, roles outside of traditional coding are becoming more prevalent and are in high demand. There are a variety of ways your personal strengths may be useful in the Information Technology field.
Yale ITS supports the recruitment of Women in IT, through a series of unique internships at a variety of career development levels, including high school, college, and post-college graduate programs in addition to purposeful recruiting, mentoring and training.
Meet Women in IT
Meet Lisa Sawin - Associate Director of User Experience and Web Services
Meet Christine Costantino - Service Improvement Manager
Meet Ann Brainard-Dougan - Software License Administrator
Path to Leadership Poster Campaign
In 2014 at our annual meeting themed Path to Leadership, we had a poster campaign showcasing many of the women in IT, along with their job path to their current role. We created a library of the poster images to share with you in considering the variety of roles available in Information Technology