Presenting to you some untold stories of women leaders in an uncertain and dynamic IT world. This episode features an interview with Neetha Sindhu. She is the Director of Data & Analytics & at Envoy Global where she had successfully driven many projects and crafted a great D & A team. In this episode, Neetha talks about her journey so far and what keeps her on top of the game both in personally & professional front.
1.53- Journey so far and things you let go off along the way
4.12- How are global events like covid & Ukraine war affecting the world of data technology
6.39- How did your professional & personal growth change you as a person?
9.14- Your advice to young women and women who return to work after a long career break?
11.34- Tell us about the most exciting data project that you have been part of?
13.53- Can you talk about the conference papers that you have published?
15.14- Secret quality of yourself that you admire the most.
17.32- As a woman have you faced any stereotypes along your journey?
19.57- How important is it to have a mentor?
22.35- what prevents or propels a startup’s success?
“Covid & Ukraine war had a huge impact on tech industry. And it is more like a ripple effect leading to rise in fuel prices, inflation and then recession”
“Currently, data and analytics is intertwined into all aspects of our life”
“Statistics say that in United States men & women won’t be equal for another 200 years”
“In a way I feel blessed to be a working mother because my accomplishments become a source of my kid’s empowerment in the future”
“Technical knowledge is very important in the data world and constant learning paves a path for your growth in this constantly evolving industry”
“Be technically strong but at the same time don’t lose track of your business perspective to achieve the end organizational goals”
“Developed a finance data mark which made the finance team self-serviceable in terms of reporting & analytics”
“Doing the right thing for the organization’s good, even when it’s not the best thing for you, personally would still lead to personal growth in the future”
“Most of the women have an ingrained self-bias due to the society that they were bought up in. One way to get past it, is by identifying that bias and not letting it deter you”
“As per the statistics, people with mentors are more likely to be promoted in their careers when compared to the ones without a mentor”