Momentum Builds for New Book "How to Be a Woman in Technology"
Readers' positive feedback and excitement drives book sales on Amazon; women- and technology-focused nonprofits benefit
"Every woman in tech will relate in some meaningful way because this is our collective story," says O'Donoghue. "Each chapter is powerful, beautiful, and stirring. Each woman shares her personal insights and lessons learned so that she can be of service to others…so that others can carve out their own path to career and life success. The energy you get from these stories is palpable and exciting."
All royalties from book sales go to benefit women-focused nonprofits, education, and community programs served by Mission Sisters Who Work, a 501(c)3 humanitarian organization co-founded by Cheryl and Mark O'Donoghue. Mission Sisters Who Work donates copies of How to Be a Woman in Technology, as well as How to Be a Woman in Business (also written by Cheryl). Additionally, the organization provides grant funding to bring self-empowerment and emotional intelligence training to underprivileged women already working in or aspiring to work in tech (missionsisterswhowork.org)
"When I saw the title of the book, I knew I needed to buy it right away," says Debby Kruzic founder of the crowd-sourced news and content platform (https://www.teckedin.com)
The leaders featured in the book are (in alphabetical order)—Amy Bailey (Telarus); Jess Bryar (Masergy Communications);
The experiences highlighted in the book help show readers how to—capitalize on strengths; discover professional purpose; network with intent and ease; negotiate; overcome obstacles, including harassment and sexism; create meaningful business relationships;
How to Be a Woman in Technology is published by Amazon KDP Direct. Take advantage of promotional, lower pricing through May 31, 2019—softcover $11.99; Kindle $4.99. ISBN 978-1795357999.
All royalties from book sales go to the 501(c)3 nonprofit Mission Sisters Who Work (https://www.missionsisterswhowork.org)
Visit https://www.cherylodonoghue.com for more information on the author and her books.