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Women in Tech

Supporting career progression and inclusion for women in IT

Gender diversity is about more than being fair. In fact, research has shown that there’s a business case for more gender diversity within technology teams and leadership. Our Women in Tech program explores the impact women are making, identifies steps to foster diverse and inclusive IT cultures, and supports career progression for leading women in tech.

Consulting® Magazine recognizes Deloitte leaders with 2021 Women Leaders in Technology Awards

We are proud to share that three of our Managing Directors have been recognized for their leadership in the technology field. Congratulations to Tami Frankenfield, Sonal Naik, and Tracy Ring for their awards for innovation and leadership!

Deloitte’s CIO Program recently hosted a LinkedIn Live panel discussion: The DEI Imperative: How tech enables organizational values.Two technology leaders—Jim Fowler, CTO of Nationwide, and Niki Allen, SVP of technology, Kohl’s—joined Kristi Lamar, Deloitte US Women in Tech lead, and Janet Foutty, Deloitte US Board chair to talk about the role that technology plays in enabling DEI across organizations

Research and insights on diversity, equity and inclusion for tech leaders

At Deloitte, our women are CEOs and business owners. They're military veterans. They're athletes, educators, volunteers, and scientists. At Deloitte, our women are leaders. We believe in equity, equality, sisterhood, well-being, and inspirational unstoppable growth.

Women in Tech ecosystem

Join us in inspiring future generations to build and nurture a pipeline of leading women in IT and tech.

Learn more about careers, inclusion, and life at Deloitte

Look back at our annual Executive Women in Tech Connect event

Our third annual event brought together women CIOs of the largest public and private organizations in February, preceding International Women's Day. Through inspiring keynotes, panels, group discussions, and interactive networking sessions, we explored ideas around the intersection of technology and human experience as it relates to tech leaders' organizations, customers, and employees.

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