McAfee Employees Share How They #PressForProgress on International Women’s Day
By Karla, Digital Media Specialist
During the month of March, we’re excited to support International Women’s Day (March 8) and Women’s History Month. At McAfee, we recognize the power of an inclusive and diverse culture and are proud to celebrate the achievements of our trailblazing female colleagues worldwide. And of course, no group is more passionate about doing so than our Women in Security (WISE) Community.
WISE is a global network committed to supporting the growth, empowerment, and success of women at McAfee. As part of this year’s International Women’s Day call to action, our WISE community are leading by example and sharing their own #PressForProgress moments to help inspire and encourage others in their careers.
See some of the examples below and submit your own #PressForProgress moments in the comment box below!
#PressForProgress at McAfee
Lisa Depew – Industry and Academic Outreach (US)
“Having spent 20 years in engineering design, validation, operations, and customer enabling, I am passionate about how technology can help transform lives. I #PressForProgress by engaging industry, government, and academia on how to bring new talent, especially young girls, to careers in STEM.”
Arati Sankhe – Director, Software Engineering (India)
“I #PressForProgress by remaining flexible in my career and challenging myself to look for the next opportunity to grow. In my 13 years at McAfee, I started as a software developer, moved to customer support, and then relocated from Waterloo, Canada to Bangalore to take on a new leadership opportunity.”
Rachel O’Brien – Staffing Manager (Ireland)
“Each day, I have the unique opportunity to #PressForProgress through the Cork GROW program, where I teach the techniques I learned from Personal Management Coaching courses I attended at UCC. I’ve also had the privilege to bring Ted-style talks to the WISE Cork group, enabling thought and diversity leaders to share their personal stories of challenges and successes with their coworkers.”
Silvana Ghigo – Administrative Support (Argentina)
“I #PressForProgress by leading community service and university/school events for the Cordoba office. Last year, through the efforts of our employees, we gave online safety talks to over 300 primary and high school students, donated 400 presents to kids, and volunteered over 300 hours of work on global community service day.”
Darlene Connelly – Software Sales Engineer (US)
“Since joining McAfee in 2016, I’ve been fortunate enough to share my experience as an Enterprise Technology Specialist with our customers. Each day, I get to #PressForProgress and add value to our customers through my health check findings.”
Tiffanie Williams – Director, Market Research (US)
“At McAfee, I’m continuously presented opportunities that challenge my limits and set new boundaries. I #PressForProgress by consciously laying the groundwork for my successor while preparing myself for the next growth opportunity that lays before me.”
Bernadette Mannix – Accounting (Ireland)
“I think it’s important to share our talents with and make ourselves available to people inside and outside of work. I #PressForProgress by speaking at the WISE Cork chapter, serving as secretary of the McAfee Toastmasters, and serving underprivileged people around the world.”
Rupa Roy – Sr. Manager, Marketing (India)
“I #PushForProgress by constantly challenging myself to take on new roles. Prior to my current role as a marketing leader, I worked in several positions and took on new opportunities to grow my career at McAfee.”
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