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WOMEN IN TECH

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Create A Career+Life That Works For YOU.

With InspiHER Tech, you’ll take a seat at the table. Strengthen your communication skills – from interviewing to negotiation to
showing up as a leader.

InspiHER Tech serves Women in Tech across diverse industries like healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, supply chain, retail, professional services — from $1 million to global Fortune 500 companies. Your sense of belonging is one of the most powerful feelings in the world. Belonging aligns with feeling balanced, happy, respected and rewarded.

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Advance your career.

TAKE CHARGE

An online, 7-day program that equips you to elevate your career. Get all the career tools — plus a powerful community of women who believe in you.

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MAKE YOUR MOVE

An exclusive, VIP job search with IT career advancement expert Laurie Swanson. Strategic and measurable with accountability milestones to accelerate your career.

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CAREER STRATEGY

Get clear about your career options and next steps with expert Laurie Swanson as she councils you on your options and next steps.

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Why Women?

Equal work. Equal pay. Equal benefits. Equal opportunity.

The world of technology has long been male-dominated – a challenging environment for ambitious women. No matter your field, we serve women in tech across many industries: healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, supply chain, retail, professional services — from $1 million to global Fortune 500 companies.

MISSING FROM THE RANKS

Women make up only 24% of computer-related tech workers.

CAREERS “STALL”

32% of women in SET (Science, Engineering, Technology) feel like they are “stalled” in their careers and will like likely leave them.

BIAS DETERS WOMEN

Bias causes U.S. women in tech to leave the tech field at a 45% higher rate than men. In one survey only 27% cited family as a primary reason for leaving tech.

NEGOTIATE FOR LESS

According to Recode: “On average, women with seven to 10 years of experience, for example, ask for about 90 cents on the dollar and are offered slightly more — 93 cents for every dollar a man is offered.”

FEW WOMEN MINORITIES IN TECH

1% of women in tech are Hispanic and 3% are Black/African American.

YOUNG WOMEN IN TECH ARE EASY TARGETS

For women in tech under age 25, earnings on average are 29% less than male counterparts.

PAY
INEQUALITY

63% of the time, men were offered higher salaries than women for the same role at the same company.

WE UNDERVALUE OUR OWN WORTH

Women in tech ask for less pay 66% of the time, and will often ask for 6% less salary than male counterparts.

InspiHER Tech focuses on women in tech because gender parity, transparency, and inclusiveness are must-haves, not nice-to-haves. It’s time to level the playing field.

We believe in you.

That’s why.  You are our why.