How to be a Woman in the Tech industry. Experience of our female coworkers

How to be a Woman in the Tech industry. Experience of our female coworkers

Women have come a long way in the tech industry, but there is still a long way to go. At S-PRO, we decided to raise awareness about the underrepresentation of women in many fields, including technology.
We recognize the importance of gender equality and are committed to ensuring no biases or prejudices exist against any gender in our workplace.

We are immensely proud to have a team of talented and innovative women who continue to drive our company forward with their unique perspectives and contributions. To celebrate their achievements and showcase women's potential in IT, we have asked our female colleagues to share their experiences.

Kateryna Horbenko - a QA Engineer

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"In fact, in all my experience in IT, I have not seen a difference between gender. Your personal growth depends on your ambitions, actions, and hard and soft skills.

But also I have a big experience working as a design engineer in a state enterprise. And there, I often saw the difference between men and women.

Cases where a man, and not a woman, held leadership positions with equal intelligence happened really very often.

So I am happy to be part of the IT world, where your career growth depends only on your personal skills".

Olena Savchuk - a Full Stack Developer

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"In fact, my experience in the tech industry has been nothing but positive and fulfilling. As a woman in IT, I have had the opportunity to work alongside some of the most talented and driven individuals, both male and female. I firmly believe that IT is a gender-neutral field where one's skills, expertise, and contributions matter more than their gender.

Throughout my career, I have not faced any major hurdles or discrimination based on my gender. My male colleagues and superiors have always treated me with respect and professionalism, and I have been given equal opportunities to grow and excel in my role. In fact, I have been recognized and rewarded for my contributions to various projects and initiatives.

Overall, I am proud to be a part of the tech industry and to work for a company that values diversity, inclusivity, and gender neutrality".

Iryna Chubur - Head of Marketing

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Since 2005, I’ve been working in IT/Tech as a Sales and Marketing professional. My second degree as a Software Engineer turned out to be a powerful advantage, providing me with a keen understanding of the development process. I’ve never regretted my choice of industry, as it offers a unique mix of cutting-edge technologies, transnational cooperation, and creative, knowledgeable people who inspire me to move forward.

Luckily, I’ve never faced gender discrimination. However, for a short while, I’ve worked with a man who clearly expressed sexist views. It showed me how having such a colleague dampens your spirit and hinders productivity. I sincerely believe that women bring unique perspectives to tech companies, fostering creativity and promoting inclusion.

My key professional challenge is keeping up with the neck-breaking evolution of the IT industry in general and digital marketing in particular. You have to balance the tried-and-true approaches and innovations (GenAI, for instance) to stay ahead of the competition. Promoting continuous learning and keeping an eye out for new solutions are of prime importance.

I’m glad to work at S-PRO. I feel motivated by our team of professionals who are eager to learn, and a corporate culture of equal possibilities. The company constantly pushes ahead, using groundbreaking tech in innovative industries (AI, Blockchain, Fintech, and Renewable Energy). Moreover, we are bold enough to experiment with marketing strategies and, thus, attract top-notch clients.

Viktoriia Sysoieva - a Project Manager

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"I've been working in the IT industry for several years and have never regretted choosing this way. The path in IT is difficult but incredibly interesting. You rarely get bored, especially if you are a Project Manager. What inspires me the most is the people I meet along the way. Teams, clients, and colleagues teach you something new and inspire you to new achievements. Generally speaking, there is always something new to learn in IT. You can work with innovative projects, and open new markets and tools for yourself. It motivates me a lot.

Sometimes, just because you are a woman, you need a little more time and effort to prove to the client your technology experience and earn trust. Luckily, this challenge can be easily overcome: just be yourself and do your job qualitatively".

We want to emphasize that the journey towards gender equality in the tech industry is ongoing. It is crucial to acknowledge the contributions of women in technology and to continue to push for inclusivity, diversity, and gender neutrality in the workplace. At S-PRO, we will continue supporting our female colleagues and providing equal growth and success opportunities. We hope that our female colleagues' experiences inspire other women to pursue careers in IT and showcase the limitless potential of women in this field. Together, we can create a more inclusive and equitable future for all genders in technology.


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