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Dismantling the Barriers Faced by Black Women in Leadership


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Dismantling the Barriers Faced by Black Women in Leadership

Amplifying Black Excellence

PowerToFly is honored to be joined by Sheryl Walton, Senior Manager, Enterprise Service Desk and Asset Management at Autodesk, a Gold Sponsor of our Summit: Amplifying Black Excellence. Did you know that 49% of Black women feel that their race or ethnicity will make it harder for them to get a raise, promotion, or chance to get ahead, compared to just 3% of white women and 11% of women overall? During this interactive talk, Sheryl will provide insight and information, while answering your questions and unpack the ways to dismantle the barriers faced by black women in leadership.

Sheryl Walton

Bridget Finkeldey

Sheryl has worked in the technical industry for 20+ years. I work for the Digital Enterprise Services group As a Senior Manager, she currently manages global Enterprise Service Desk & Asset Management teams supporting Enterprise Applications, Cloud Services, and A.I. & SaaS solutions. I own the full lifecycle of the Service Desk technicians, Service Delivery Engineers, Software as a Service titles and Asset management.

Sheryl previously worked for Clear Channel, Tesoro (aka Marathon Oil) Boeing and Honeywell. She is energetic and passionate about leading global teams while driving automation and creating a great customer experience. She is always ready for challenges of any size, as it provides her the opportunity to combine the right mix of people and technology to find the best solutions; for business and for those who are under served.

She also partners with other organizations such as TechWomen; The Hidden Genius Project, Girls Who Code, Black Girls Who Code, SPARK, YearUp and DreamWorks to name a few. In this platform, she proudly contributes to others, helping them grow both personally and professionally; and is industrious in encouraging those interested in STEM and/or youth engagement to make a difference in their communities.

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