Helping more women thrive in engineering

In this podcast, the Mentor for Women In Tech discusses the importance of role models, how women can increase their sense of belonging in a male-dominated industry and what businesses must do to better embrace female talent.

Alisha Lyndon

by Alisha Lyndon

October 18, 2022

Gender bias forces too many women out of engineering. That’s a lose-lose situation where women don’t do their talent justice and companies miss out on precious diversity. For Aartii Sabhaney, Head of Enterprise Communications, Asia Pacific & Japan, Dell Technologies, there’s a long way to go to address the underrepresentation of women in engineering. In this podcast, the Mentor for Women In Tech discusses the importance of role models, how women can increase their sense of belonging in a male-dominated industry and what businesses must do to better embrace female talent.
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