Female leadership in tech is falling

The tech industry has never been viewed as a particularly female-friendly field, but the reality may be worse than its image.

The already thin ranks of high-profile women leaders in tech was further lessened in recent weeks, with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and Meta’s chief business officer Marne Levine both leaving their respective roles in February.

With the backdrop of Women’s History Month, Tacy Byham, chief executive officer of DDI, an international human resources and leadership development consultancy company, says it’s no surprise the number of women in tech leadership roles is still low.

Read more at: https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/22/female-leadership-in-tech-is-falling.html


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