My biggest objective as a speaker is to give back to the community by sharing my knowledge as well as inspiring more women to join tech, she says.
The pandemic was very successful for me from a professional point of view. After the first few months of uncertainty, many companies started creating high-quality online events, coming from, ZOOM get-togethers”. I have already been in front of the camera a lot before, says Claudia Bechstein, Moderatorin, claudiabechstein
In person events are preferred by far as the conversations during the event and the relationships made can often go deeper and further. On the flip-side, I have spoken and participated in well-organized virtual events that were extremely beneficial, says Andrew Jernigan, CEO, Insured Nomads.
“What drives me is having a tangible and positive impact on others, especially toward the achievement of their goals (whatever they may be),” says Sophia Shluger
“I still put a lot of emphasis on having quality in-person time when it’s called for, but we’re seeing a lot of success with this hybrid way of conducting business,” says Gil Allouche
“My objective is always to provide value, including templates, tool recommendations, and case studies. I’m not a fan of self-promoting,” says Steve Wiideman
“We’re still human and we still love to shake a hand and talk to someone face-to- face as opposed to staring at someone on a laptop screen that exhausts our eyes,” says Sarah Sal
“When I have the opportunity to speak in public, I try to be as straightforward as possible and bring different points of view and new ways of looking at things,’ says Omar Odino
“I find that digital events have been more of a time waste for me than a benefit,” says Miranda Imperi
“The pandemic has given us a unique opportunity where we’ve grown our team substantially over the last few years and are continuing to make new hires to fulfil the demand we’re currently seeing,” says Lanie Bayliss