The Oracle Women in Technology group recognizes the accomplishments of women throughout the industry and encourages them to showcase their work and mentor other women as they enter technology careers.
The Oracle Technology Network invites you to participate in the Oracle WIT group, Oracle Women in Leadership program and other associated Women in Technology groups throughout the Oracle community.
Here are a few of the opportunities for you to participate:
Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders.
Flavia Coelho, Rural Federal University of Semi-arid
Angelika Langer, freelance instructor, coach, and author
Fabiane Bizinella Nardon, Vidatis, a Brazillian Healthcare Information Systems provider
Regina Ten Bruggencate, Senior Java Developer at iProfs
Clara Ko, Senior Manager of Software Development at Dorado
Yara Senger, Co-Founder of GlobalCode
Oracle ACE Program is a group known for their strong credentials as Oracle community enthusiasts and advocates. Here are just a few Oracle ACE and ACE Directors:
Penny Cookson, Sage Computing Services
Sue Shaw, Cenovus Energy Inc
Karen Brownfield, SolutionBeacon.com
Kimberly Floss, PepsiCo
Michelle Malcher VLAD Group, Inc.
Tracy McMullen, interRel Consulting
Women in the Java Community Process are women specification leads working on standards for Java. Join the community and start contributing today.
The OTN Women in Technology Community includes women interested in collaborating on technology projects, mentoring, community service activities at Oracle regional events including Girls who Code and Devoxx Kids.
The Oracle Women in Leadership program showcases executive women throughout the industry.
And there are many other places for Women to contribute to the Oracle technology community: