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NY CTO Event Tackles the “Brain Drain” of Women Out of Tech

CTO1Donna Burke, Exadel’s Vice President of Technology Solutions, re­cently at­tended the NY CTO Women in Tech Conference in New York City (November 10th, 2015). 

Approximately 200 peo­ple at­tended the event, which tar­geted beginning/​mid-​career women in tech­nol­ogy and en­gi­neer­ing roles. The evening in­cluded a panel dis­cus­sion with speak­ers from Hearst, Etsy, and Birchbox.

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Exadel in the Community: Students Rising Above

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Last week, we in­tro­duced you to Debra Harris, Exadel’s New Sales and Business Development Manager, and men­tioned that she vol­un­teered with Students Rising Above (SRA), a Bay Area non-profit that em­pow­ers first-gen­er­a­tion col­lege stu­dents.

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Exadel Promotes More Diversity in Development

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Here are sto­ries of how Exadel has been work­ing with two groups to pro­mote tech di­ver­sity:

  • Girls Who Code
  • BlackGirlsCode​

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Welcome Mark Treshock

Exadel is pleased to wel­come our new VP, Mark Treshock.

Mark brings a wide ar­ray of strat­egy and tech­nology con­sulting skills and client man­age­ment skills to Exadel. He has over 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in sales-based ex­ec­u­tive lead­er­ship with com­pa­nies such as HCL, IBM, and Booz Allen. He also has ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in dig­ital trans­for­ma­tion and e-com­merce. Additionally, Mark ex­cels at build­ing, man­aging, and en­er­gizing global teams.

Mr. Treshock is re­spon­sible for sales, ac­count man­age­ment, and de­livery of key projects in dig­ital trans­for­ma­tion.