She won’t boast about it herself, so I’ll do it on her behalf: I am exceptionally proud to work for a woman in technology. Ro has been a technology leader for many years, spear-heading cloud adoption efforts that got us noticed by Microsoft in the earliest days of the company. We basically incorporated as a managed partner because of her faith in the cloud as the future of tech.
I’ve worked with Ro for 7 years, and I’ve never seen anyone with a clearer vision and plan for leadership. I’ve never worked for anyone with her regard for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of her employees and customers.
Simply put, this is the best place to work, with the best technologies and tools and toys, and it’s all because of one woman who’s made enough of an impression that Microsoft actually created her own personal avatar.
So happy International Women’s Day, to Ro and all the women making a difference in technology!
Event Date: 7/26/2018 12:00 PM
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