WomenAtIBM

How IBMer Benin Put the AI in HAIR

(4 min read) By Benin Saffo The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Want to learn more about the incredible women at IBM and how you can […]

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Phaedra Shares 4 Tips to Jumpstart Your STEM Career

(4 min read) The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate Women’s History Month and #IWD2020, we’re revisiting some of our favorite blogs from last year, by and featuring the women of IBM. Today, check out these 4 amazing tips from IBMer […]

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Sonali Parande: An Inspirational Executive

The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Want to learn more about the incredible women at IBM and how you can join them and work at IBM? […]

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Always Put People First: Kitty Chaney Reed’s Journey with IBM

(5 min read) This #BlackHistoryMonth, IBMers are standing together. We’ve asked some IBMers to share with us their thoughts on Black History Month, inclusion in the workplace, and their career journey. Today, we’re talking with Kitty Chaney Reed, Vice President of Q2C Operations for North America and Latin America. Creating a strong network helped Kitty build an […]

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I’ve Been at IBM for 6 Months, and It Wasn’t What I Expected

(4 min read) By Kaley Coffield I started a job as a designer on IBM Cloud 6 months ago. It was really quite a roller coaster ride. Despite IBM’s promise of a strong design culture, I was hesitant to take the job. Would it be too corporate? Would it be too slow? Do they really […]

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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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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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IBM Inspiring Exec Nicoline Talks About Why She Came Back to IBM

(8 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, life, and family commitments is a daunting challenge, but this series reveals how, with careful time management, flexible leadership, and a willingness to embrace […]

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Does Your Company Walk the Talk on ‘Diversity and Inclusion’?

(10 min read) By Rachel Reinitz IBM has a long history of actively supporting diversity and inclusion — from policies enacted for equal pay for equal work in 1935 to providing domestic partnership benefits over 20 years ago (being one of the first major corporations to do so) to active opposition to Texas’s anti-LGBT proposed […]

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Consultant Spotlight: Meet Rachel, Business Consultant in UX Design

(4 min read) Rachel Degnan joined IBM’s Consulting programme as a Business Consultant in August 2017. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in Mathematics and Management (Industrial). She did her placement year in IBM UK and returned after graduating. She’s currently developing her skills as a User Experience (UX) Designer on […]

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Small Town Girl Puts “International” in IBM

(3 min read) Growing up in a tiny town in upstate New York, Miranda Velonis knew two things: First, she was whip smart. Second, it was a great big world and she wanted to see it. Step one was getting an education. As an undergrad at Bentley College (now University), Miranda majored in Accounting but […]

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