Last week Tenable's Bethany Pearlman and Jennette Dielmann (Recruitment) alongside with Gloria Zayas (Customer Success Manager) attended the Wonder Woman in Tech conference at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. as an effort to expand Tenable's participation and support in local diversity and inclusion events happening in the technology and engineering focused community. Wonder Woman in Tech's mission is to promote, emphasize, and stress the importance of educating and celebrating women who are underrepresented in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) industries.
While one of Tenable's main focuses of the day was engaging with the over 400 attendees during the Hiring Humans Career Fair, our group also took part in listening to a panel discussion from members of the Amazonas, "Multilingual Conversation: The Legislative Women in Brazil Who Are Making History and Policy". This panel discussion was led by Renata Vasconcelos, Senior Policy Director, Brazil-U.S. Business Council., U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Among other speaker events, there was time in between discussions for attendees to break off into group sponsored workshops, hang out in the resume review lounge, get a professional headshot taken, and visit with the wide array of companies at their booths to chat about available career opportunities and learn more about their corporate responsibility in the STEAM market. Light refreshments were served during the lunch hour, step and repeat photo booths to document the fun moments, and what tech conference would be completed without a virtual reality simulation station!!
Tenable was pleased to take part in the opportunity to showcase The Cyber Exposure Company's core values, mission, and continue to practice our commitment to drive the next generation of strong leaders and changemakers in the STEAM landscape regardless of an individual's culture, background, gender, or social identity because together, #WeAreFuture and we are #OneTenable.