Working in Softcom for 5 years has been a journey of passion, experience, and growth. I discovered my potential; I saw myself being challenged to accomplish things, set a higher standard, and think differently.
Currently working as a Manager in marketing, I am excited that it is time for us to tell Softcom’s story. I see it as my story too because I see my part in it. I can relate and I fully understand what drives the emergence of our new purpose as a company and that makes my work very exciting.
I was born with a curious mind that makes me question everything. I like to connect to a reason or purpose, especially to what is beneficial to myself and others. Therefore, I cannot conform to an ideology or practice that puts a glass ceiling above my growth. Meaning that I can see it but I cannot reach it. How can I conform to that?
As women, we need to be deliberate in holding on to our power of choice – to choose when and what happens in our lives, and I intend to spread this belief to others in ways that I can.
However, the power of choice begins with access. This is what really connects me to our purpose in Softcom, which is delivering “inclusive human growth” to society. I want a future where we can leverage science and technology to provide equitable access in multi-dimensional ways, excluding no one, regardless of gender.
I think the tech industry found me. Growing up in the early 2000s, it always amazed me to see how the world kept changing. I was curious about how it all came together and worked and I wanted to be part of it.
When I joined Softcom, I realized that it always begins with a group of people coming together to think, create and build something that would change the world. The ideology that fuels the tech environment is what I connect with the most because it makes one not afraid to dream or think anything is impossible.
– I am obsessed with Beyonce.
– I like sushi.
– I was a rap artist when I was in the university