In honor of International Women’s Day, InMoment today announced it has been named on the Women Tech Council (WTC) 2020 Shatter List, a recognition of companies with active measures that help break the glass ceiling for women in technology. Each of the companies on the 2020 list was chosen based on their development and successful implementation of measures that create gender-inclusive cultures where women can contribute and succeed.
“The Shatter List is designed to measure the policies, practices and organizations that are creating real impact for women in tech,” said Cydni Tetro, president of WTC. “These organization-wide, holistic solutions to actively create gender-inclusive environments and teams make impact not only for those within an organization, but throughout the technology community by helping advance women across the entire sector.”
The Shatter List was developed as part of WTC’s diversity and inclusion program and commitment to help build high-performing environments where men and women can succeed and drive company success. To make the Shatter List, InMoment was evaluated and scored against hundreds of technology companies on four key criteria: executive engagement, company programming, community investment and women’s or D&I groups. Each named company was required to demonstrate active, visible activities at all company levels showing commitment and progress in these four areas.
“InMoment is honored to be named on the Women Tech Council Shatter List for the third consecutive year,” says Kristi Knight, InMoment CMO. “The executive team has driven company-wide efforts to ensure women are hired, promoted, and compensated fairly in each of its global offices. Diversity and inclusion is a high priority for us, and it’s critical that team members of all genders continue to step up and communicate and celebrate those efforts.”
Among these criteria, InMoment was especially recognized for its global efforts to build an inclusive culture and help women break the glass ceiling in technology. More than 1/3 of InMoment’s global workforce is female, and InMoment has strong support from the CEO and extended executive team when it comes to hiring and promoting women across departments, experience levels, and geographies. The company established an internal global program (including a women-designed logo), Women of InMoment, which engages both women and men to provide the company’s female staff with opportunities to mentor and learn from one another, develop leadership skills, and connect with service and professional growth activities in the larger technology community.
For more information about the Shatter List, visit www.womentechcouncil.org.
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About Women Tech Council:
Women Tech Council (WTC) is a national organization focused on the economic impact of women in the technology sector through developing programs that propel the economic pipeline from K-12 to the C-suite. WTC offers mentoring, visibility, opportunities and networking to more than 10,000 women and men working in technology to create business environments focused on inclusivity and high performance. Through this work, WTC propels women in technology careers and the talent pipeline by ensuring a strong, diverse and entrepreneurial technology workforce. For more information on Women Tech Council, visit: www.womentechcouncil.org.