New Book Shows Women How to Have Career Success in Tech Today

CEOs praise second book by author and businesswoman Cheryl O'Donoghue
Promo pricing good on Amazon through 5/31/19--Paperback ($11.99); Kindle ($4.99)
Promo pricing good on Amazon through 5/31/19--Paperback ($11.99); Kindle ($4.99)
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DES MOINES, Iowa - Feb. 20, 2019 - PRLog -- How to Be a Woman in Technology (while Focusing on What Matters Most) is a new book featuring rare insights, inspiration, and action steps so women can expertly navigate the thrilling and sometimes challenging world of working in tech while focusing on what matters most in their lives.

The book brings readers fifteen stories from relatable women who are unafraid to speak their truth and share their fascinating journeys as women in technology. You'll learn how to—capitalize on strengths; discover professional purpose; network with intent and ease; negotiate; overcome obstacles, including harassment and sexism; create meaningful business relationships; attract the "right" mentors; lead and inspire others; and more.

"We live in a day and age when more women in technology really are achieving greater success, rising to senior leadership positions and driving more innovation in their fields," says Dina Moskowitz, CEO, SaaSMAX Corp. "The women who share their stories in these pages fit that mold, and they didn't get there without creativity, resourcefulness, and grit. Their willingness to introspectively share their raw fears, vulnerabilities, challenges, and successes with Cheryl, who communicates those stories so clearly and folds in her own insights, results in a very powerful, inspiring book."

The women featured in the book are (in alphabetical order)—Amy Bailey (Telarus); Jess Bryar (Masergy Communications); Theresa Caragol (Achieve Unite); Tina Gravel (Cyxtera); Khali Henderson (BuzzTheory Strategies); Jennifer Pinson Herring (Redbird); Monica Morrison; Jean O'Neill (Cyxtera); Nancy Ridge (Telecom Brokers); Lisa Rom; Laura Romero (Plex Systems); Rebecca Rosen (Broadvoice); Natalia Botti Schenkel (Fuze), Raquel Wiley (TPx Communications); and Wendy Williams (INAP). With Foreword by Deb Ward (Televergence).

The book's author, Cheryl O'Donoghue (How to Be a Woman in Business), pays homage to the industry that provided her the means to pay for college and ignited her love affair with business. As a bonus, the second half of How to Be a Woman in Technology features some of her work in the field of Emotional Intelligence Leadership, including a unique self-assessment along with a powerful professional development exercise called Your Three Stars©.

"Cheryl makes you feel like you're sitting alongside each of these brilliant women having coffee together," says Jaclyn Lindsey, Co-founder and CEO, "Her book reminds you how women have paved the way in this world and motivates you to believe in yourself in a way you never have. In this book, you'll find inspirational vignettes to take with you everywhere, each celebrating a woman who is influencing our future. You'll learn just how much women have done to inform our understanding of all things tech."

How to Be a Woman in Technology is published by Amazon KDP Direct. Take advantage of special promotional, lower pricing on through May 31, 2019—paperback $11.99; Kindle $4.99. ISBN 978-1795357999.  All proceeds from book sales go to the 501(c)3 nonprofit Mission Sisters Who Work ( The organization serves low-income women working or planning careers in business.

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