Alliance of Channel Women is pleased to announce that several of our members are profiled in the new book, How to Be a Woman in Technology, by Cheryl O’Donoghue, who also is an ACW member.
The book includes 15 stories from relatable women who are unafraid to speak their truth and share their fascinating journeys as women in technology. From these stories, you’ll learn how to capitalize on strengths, discover professional purpose, network with intent and ease, negotiate, overcome obstacles, create meaningful business relationships, attract the “right” mentors as well as lead and inspire others.
The women featured in the book include Amy Bailey (Telarus), Jess Bryar (Masergy Communications), Theresa Caragol (Achieve Unite), Tina Gravel (Cyxtera), Khali Henderson (BuzzTheory Strategies), Jennifer Pinson Herring (Redbird), Monica Morrison, Jean O’Neill (Cyxtera), Nancy Ridge (Telecom Brokers), Lisa Rom, Laura Romero (Plex Systems), Rebecca Rosen (Broadvoice),Natalia Botti Schenkel (Fuze), Raquel Wiley (TPx Communications), and Wendy Williams (INAP). The Foreword was written by Deb Ward (Televergence).
The author, Cheryl O’Donoghue, MS, is a businesswoman, author, educator and co-founder of Mission Sisters Who Work, a humanitarian organization dedicated to advancing the development of women who work by bringing relatable, self-empowerment books and workshops to charitable groups. She is also a guest presenter at women-focused organizations and events, inspiring audiences to act in ways that give their lives more meaning and purpose.