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Combatting Imposter Syndrome As A Woman In Tech
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It’s normal to feel unsure of ourselves some of the time. But when we feel that way all of the time, there’s a name for that—imposter syndrome. The good news is, it’s 100% beatable, and Iswarya Parupudi will tell us now. Iswarya is the Director of Engineering at EdTech company Voxy, and has a passion for mentoring women and diversifying the tech space.
Iswarya used to debug code, but now debugs teams for a living. As an engineering leader in the EdTech space, she uses empathy and a decade of experience to bring teams together. She is passionate about mentoring other women and driving diversity initiatives in tech.
Meg Alexander joined the PowerToFly community as a job-seeker in 2014, eventually landing her first remote role working for PowerToFly's Delivery Team. Her professional experience includes roles as a Talent Advocate, Head of Purchasing for a window factory, audiobook publishing, & more than 5 years as a paralegal. She has a bachelor's degree in Art History from Indiana University (mint condition, never been used!), where she also earned a varsity letter for Women's Rowing. She loves DIY projects and will never say no to french fries. She lives in Toledo, OH with her husband Aaron, an engineering technician, and their dogs, Radar & Cake.