Stories to Inspire & Inform STEM+ Employers and Their Team Members
Why do women leave their STEM careers and how can companies stop the “leaky talent pipeline”? New Gotara research reveals the root causes of attrition and provides insights on solutions to close the gender gap in STEM.
Tech companies’ efforts to break the glass ceiling have led to real but limited results. For true gender equality, it’s imperative to identify and dismantle the myths and obstacles that continue to impede women’s careers.
We’re excited to celebrate Natasha Porter, Chief Customer Officer at Benchmark Gensuite based in Cincinnati, OH. Natasha has been one or our elite advisors for the past 3 years and always gets glowing feedback from our members whom she advises. She is just one of our 150+ Senior Leaders who give advice to thousands of women and men in 175 countries on our Gotara platform.
When talented individuals in your organization stagnate or leave, it’s time to help your managers be more effective in their role. Supporting managers becomes increasingly crucial in technical organizations promoting diversity and inclusion.
Jill Marcotte, Partner, Chief Supply Chain Officer of Dealer Tire has been named Gotara’s July Advisor of the Month
We Celebrate Supply Chain Officer, Jill Marcotte, Named Gotara’s Advisor of the Month for July
We’re excited to celebrate Jill Marcotte, Partner, Chief Supply Chain Officer of Dealer Tire based in Cleveland, OH. Jill is one of our 150+ Senior Leaders who give advice to thousands of women in 175 countries on our Gotara platform…..
We Need More Women in Leadership Roles. How Do We Make It Happen? Expert advice from Gotara Elite AdvisorsThe lack of women in STEM+ management doesn't just happen. It's a systemic issue rooted in unconscious bias, barriers that fuel gender imbalance, and fear...
We’re excited to announce that Tracy Moore, has been named Gotara’s June Advisor of the Month. Tracy is one of 150+ elite STEM+ senior leaders who provide personal and confidential advice to the 25,000+ STEM + women and their managers from 175 countries on the Gotara platform. Thank you, Tracy,….
In 2022, a Gotara survey of over 13,000 women in STEM+ showed that 50% were ready to quit their jobs. The top reason these women are ready to leave their positions is non-supportive managers — who would probably provide support if they knew how to do it.
Embracing Motherhood in STEM: Lessons from Inspirational MomsMother's Day is a time to celebrate and honor the incredible mothers in our lives. In the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), where gender disparities and work-life balance...