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Six Lessons I Learned Overcoming Breast Cancer

(4 min read) By Mary Kyle On February 25, 2013, I embarked on the most incredible journey of my life, overcoming breast cancer. Prior to this, my life was (and still is!) pretty awesome. Married to the love of my life, I lived in a beautiful, old Greek revival home, reminiscent of Tara from Gone with the […]

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Making an Impact through STEM and AI Education

(7 min read) IBM’s very own Phaedra Boinodiris is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Luncheon of the United Nations Women USA, North Carolina Chapter. She will be speaking about the “Future of Work, AI Bias, and Ethics”. Additionally, Phaedra has been nominated for the “2019 Woman of Influence in STEM” award. She was […]

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Consultant Spotlight: Meet Emily, Technology Consultant for IBM Services

(3 min read) Emily Miller’s journey with IBM UK began 3 years ago when she took part in IBM’s summer internship, Extreme Blue. After returning to The University of York to complete her final year of Computer Science studies, Emily joined IBM’s Consulting programme. Since joining the scheme, she has enjoyed a variety of roles, […]

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Persistence and Finding Balance: Rani’s Advice to Women in Tech

Meet Rani Nimmagadda from Hyderabad in IBM India. She is the Global Systems SE Center of Excellence Leader for the sales management support function. As part of her 9-year career with IBM, she has been involved in various roles. Recently, she has been instrumental in setting up the Sales Management Support team for the Systems […]

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Inspirational IBM Executive Chris Brown Talks About His Journey to Leadership

(3 min read) The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to demonstrate how you can successfully build an executive career in this increasingly demanding market. Juggling work and personal commitments is a daunting challenge, but this series reveals how, with careful time management, flexible leadership, and a willingness to embrace challenges, […]

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6 Tips for Starting Your New DevOps Job

(5 min read) By Nife Oluyemi Recently I received my first warning email from IBM that I needed to do a regular update of my password for security purposes. It was only then that it occurred to me: I have already spent three months at IBM. This realization caused me to reflect back on my first […]

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Learn, Grow, Repeat: Why People Who Value Learning Thrive at IBM

(2 min read) By Chika Nakano Shortly after coming home from Canada where I studied as an exchange student at the University of Regina, I started job hunting in Japan. My priority was to work for a diverse and global company where I could use both Japanese and English in a multi-cultural environment. Initially, the […]

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My IBM Grad Hire Learning Journey

(3 min read) By Keziah Jan Isidoro Fresh out of college, I really just had one goal: to get a job. I applied to many different companies, beautifying my resume and spending late nights on JobStreet. I was determined to find a job where I would be able to grow, not only as a professional […]

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I Ran the Boston Marathon as the Official Guide for My Fellow IBMer

(5 min read) By Bhumika Patel In May 2019, we shared the story of Erich Manser, an IBMer who ran with a fellow IBMer as his Guide Runner at the Boston Marathon. Now you can read about this experience from the perspective of Bhumika, who volunteered as a Guide Runner for the 2019 Boston Marathon. […]

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I Almost Gave Up on My Tech Career But Found New Hope in IBM

(3 min read) By Paula Dichoso After not having a job for almost 6 months, I was at a low point in my life. I was so discouraged that I was ready to give up and find something outside of the career and industry that I had initially chosen. Little did I know that there […]

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5 Reasons I’m Thrilled To Spend My Summer as an Offering Manager Intern at IBM

(4 min read) By Andrew Sears As a student, choosing where to intern is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make. If you’re an MBA student like I am, it’s probably the number one thing that’s been on your mind since school began. The internship search process can be as exhausting as it is exciting, […]

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