Level 3 Celebrates Women in Technology for International Women’s Day

In recognition of International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, global communications provider Level 3 Communications is honoring the many achievements and contributions of its leading women in technology. From business and cultural thought leaders to cybersecurity experts who are positively influencing the role of technology in our lives, Level 3 salutes the women in tech who are driving their professions forward and helping to pave the way for those who follow.

Level 3 A_standard_logoLearn more about Level 3’s diversity and inclusion initiatives: http://www.level3.com/~/media/files/careers/en_corp_diversityinclusionreport.pdf?la=en.

Level 3’s Women in Technology Thought Leadership

  • Diversity Is a Journey, Not a Destination. When enterprises speak about diversity, the conversation often revolves around an end goal, a particular stat or percentage related to the workforce or an idea of what the company should look like. However, diversity by its own definition is the state of being diverse; and includes a range of different things. In this blog, Mary Beth McGrath, SVP of Global Talent Management, explains why diversity is not a destination.
  • Women Thought Leaders Share Insights on Digital Transformation. No industry is immune to the pressures arising from the digital economy – from healthcare and retail to the government, businesses and organizations are in the midst of a transformation that is putting extraordinary pressure on IT resources to deliver a differentiated customer experience. This playlist includes perspectives from thought leaders across Level 3 on how industries are adapting.
  • The Faces of Cybersecurity are Changing. Despite the common portrayal we see in television and movies, there’s no one-size-fits-all in cybersecurity. Level 3’s women leaders reflect a more realistic image of the cybersecurity space in these videos – and emphasize the importance of diversity in bridging the tech skills gap.

Follow the work of Level 3’s leading women in technology on Twitter, on the blog Net_Formation, and on Level 3’s YouTube channel.

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