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Women succeed at Oracle because of our inclusive culture, strong support, and great leadership opportunities. Make sure you drop by our virtual booth because we’ve got an exciting range of industry experts, hiring opportunities, and virtual mixers in store!
Our recruiters and technical experts will host drop-in career chats throughout the week to provide you with real-time career exploration during vGHC.
Hear first-hand from our inspiring women in tech. Get to know them below, and catch them live or on-demand during GHC.
Enjoy a virtual networking session featuring Oracle’s Chief Information Officer, Jae Sook Evans. Make new connections and get all your questions answered during our panel discussion with recent college hires.
Make a date with Oracle during the Speed Mentoring Session. Karlay Tan and Kirti Verma will share secrets of their success and offer tips to help drive your career.
Jieun’s poster session will showcase a ground-breaking analytics platform for cloud network health-monitoring and its use cases at Oracle.
Jieun is a noted researcher in Oracle Labs. She enjoys working in multi-discipline areas to remove boundaries and facilitate improvements that would otherwise be impossible. Her recent research interest lies in applying advanced analytics and AI for a more robust and efficient data center operation at cloud scale. For the last two years, she has worked closely with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure teams to diagnose and prevent data center failures. She received her Ph.D. in computer-aided hardware design at Seoul National University, Korea.
Leor’s mentoring circle will demonstrate the importance of defining and refining your personal priorities in the current technology ecosystem—and teach you how to use them to drive your first job search with laser-sharp focus.
With 14 years’ experience in software development, Leor is a technical program director who builds diversity-focused technology programs that guide new engineers through the transition from academia to industry. She co-ordinates initiatives for students embarking on their first job search, providing support through tech panels, info sessions, and mentorship. Leor gained her MS in computer science at Stanford University, and her BS in computer science at Glasgow University, UK.
Given the increasing disparities, racial profiling, and political unrest of today, most parents are keen to raise children who care about fairness and equity. What can we do to ensure Gen Z (and Gen Alpha) have the skills they need to make a positive impact? This mother-daughter duo will share their successful philanthropic journey, which started at a $100 gift and resulted in more than $100,000 in charitable donations. Learn powerful techniques that are proven to help young people use their moral compass for change.
Jeewika is a principal hardware engineer and a steering committee member of IEEE Future Directions and Digital Reality Initiatives. She is a program evaluator for ABET and a sustainability champion at Oracle. She received her PhD in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Toronto. Jeewika delivers tech talks on quantum computing and immersive technologies that benefit humanity, emphasizing the need for diversity to eliminate bias in AI. Jeewika holds five US Patents. She’s proudly joined by her daughter Sonali, a student at UC Berkeley.
Research says that by 2021 there will be 3.5 million cyber security jobs. As of today, only 20% of those jobs are held by women. Bettina and her co-presenter Archana Rao will explore the untapped opportunities in cybersecurity and discuss why it’s critical to increase diversity in this field. She’ll provide guidance on what cybersecurity means, why it’s important now, and what skills you need to pursue a career in it.
Bettina is a product manager with more than 20 years’ experience in major software companies. Security has been a common theme throughout her career and she has used this to successfully guide C-level executives, analysts, customer user groups, and customer implementation teams. Some of her specialties include business networks, business analytics, internet of things, and database systems, and most recently she is focusing on database security. Bettina regularly speaks at international industry events such as Oracle OpenWorld, CeBIT, SAPPHIRE, SAP TechEd, NoCOUG, and ASUG Annual Conference.
Archana is a software development manager with more than 18 years’ experience in software development and testing. Security has been her area of interest from the time she first embarked on her career. She has spoken at various academic and industry events in India on the topics of cloud, security, and open source technologies. She was previously a panel member at GHC for a discussion on “What happens when the cloud bursts.” Her poster, “Is security playing a spoil sport for game-changing technology trends for a smarter planet” was showcased at GHC in 2010. Archana holds several patents in the area of cloud security.
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