Open a Can of WUPIT!
Women and Underrepresented People In Technology
EP4 - Women of RTT - Kim Snyder
We are so happy to introduce RoundTable Technology's VP of Data Strategy, Kim Snyder! Join us as Kim shares her background of how she got into technology and some of the struggles she's faced in the field.
EP3 - AI Adoption at Nonprofits
In this latest installment of Open a Can of WUPIT, Shanna Utgard is joined by Amy Greenwood of The Urban Assembly to discuss Amy's experiences with adopting AI at her nonprofit organization. The Urban Assembly helps to provide public schools with tools that boost performance through rigorous programs and a commitment to equity. We will be discussing how The Urban Assembly is currently using AI, how they got started, insights they've gained, and what the future looks like with this new technology.
EP2 - Women of RTT: Destiny Bowers
We are thrilled to introduce RoundTable Technology's vCISO and Cloud Strategist, Destiny Bowers! Join us as Destiny shares her background of how she got into technology and her advice to women wanting to get into the field.
EP1 - What is a WUPIT?
Introducing for the very first time, "Open a Can of WUPIT" a podcast focused on Women and Underrepresented People In Technology. In this episode we introduce our host, Shanna Utgard, who is joined by RoundTable Technology's VP of Operations, Heather Troidl. They explain what a WUPIT is, how the podcast got started, and what you can expect moving forward. Tune in now!
What is WUPIT?
WUPIT stands for Women and Underrepresented People in Technology.
WUPIT is an initiative started by RoundTable Technology in 2023. We hope to move forward our mission as stated below through acts of services and through education like this podcast.
Technology knows no boundaries, and the key to unlocking its full potential lies in fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion. RoundTable Technology has taken a bold step in this direction, and we're really proud to talk about what we're doing.
Founded on the principle that diversity breeds innovation, this initiative (WUPIT), and this podcast, aim to bridge the gender and diversity gap in the tech world, which has traditionally and still is disproportionately middle-aged white men.
The initiative is a commitment to breaking down barriers and creating a more inclusive landscape. Our CEO, President, and entire executive team are parents of girls and feel empowered to help ensure RTT is part of the solution.
In a world where technology is shaping our future, it's crucial that every voice is heard and every perspective is considered. RoundTable Technology recognizes this and has taken proactive steps to make a difference.