IT hiring trends with Joan Redwing

Join Jennifer Armitstead as she interviews Joan Redwing about trends in IT hiring. Show airs on Tuesday, September 27 at 2pm ET. Link to show on IT hiring trends. You can call into the live show at 917-932-1762 with your questions.

Joan Redwing has worked in the software development and Information Technology field for over sixteen years.  During this time, she has held a number of positions working as a programmer/analyst, a database designer, a consultant, an information systems manager and an IT director.  Joan has held senior IT leadership positions at Carlson Marketing Group, GE Fleet, and Pearson VUE.  She brings her depth of IT experience and management capabilities together in her current role as an IT VP at Citigroup Derivatives Markets, Incorporated.

Contact Info:
joan.redwing@gmail.com
612-309-4700

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Women working in IT with Joan Redwing – Tues 9/28

Joan Redwing will be my guest on Tuesday 9/28/10 to discuss “Women working in IT”. Join us on Tuesday 9/28 at 11am PT|12n MT|1pm CT|2pm ET at http://ow.ly/1GtFk. You can either call in to (917) 932-1762, or listen from your computer. Feel free to ask a live question on the call, or in the chat room. If you’re not able to listen to the radio show at the broadcast time, you can return to that link and hear the archives from your computer or download to your iPod.

Joan Redwing has worked in the software development and Information Technology field for over fifteen years.  During this time, she has held a number of positions working as a programmer/analyst, a database designer, a consultant, an information systems manager and an IT director.  Joan has held senior IT leadership positions at Carlson Marketing Group, GE Fleet, and Pearson VUE.  She brings her depth of IT experience and management capabilities together in her current role as an IT VP at Citigroup Derivatives Markets, Incorporated.

Contact Info:
joan.redwing@gmail.com
612-309-4700

Quote of the show:
“We may not have the power to do everything we want to do, but we have the power to decide what to do with what we have… and that power is enough” Lois Grady – retired Director of Information Systems and Services at Hartford Life, a Fortune 100-listed company (Source: http://www.womenintechnology.co.uk/reachup)

Number of show: 30
Women typically drop out of technology positions around the age of 30. (Source: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/319212/Why_Women_Quit_Technology)