The work of Women in Technology has an incredible impact.
Since 1992, Women in Technology has had a mission dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in Georgia’s technology community. Through the WIT COMMUNITY, WIT also educates and encourages girls and young women to pursue careers in STEAM.
Tara Sconzo is a senior manager at Jabian Consulting with a passion for integrating people and processes. She has broad experience across the utilities, hospitality, media and entertainment, and health care industries. Her areas of expertise include human capital management, business strategy, and technology execution. Tara has successfully led corporations both large and mid-size through global finance and process transformations, IT and systems integrations, and M&A and consolidation activities.
Tara’s professional passions include mentorship and community engagement. She has been an active WIT volunteer for 3 years, holds several leadership and volunteer positions including Chair of the Atlanta Jabian Cares (501c3) Board, Board member with the Executive Women of Goizueta, and Auxiliary member of the Order of Malta. Her personal passions include Atlanta sports, Ballet, Opera, and theater.
Trisha Stezzi is an award-winning change-maker with a two-decade track-record of helping Fortune 500 brands create strategic win-win cause collaborations. In 2017, Trisha founded her own purpose-driven agency and speakers bureau, Significance, to unleash the potential of people and brands to be a force for good.
People long for meaningful connection, inclusion, and for opportunities to be part of something greater. Significance’s purpose-driven strategies, experiences, programs, partnerships, campaigns, and world-class speakers help organizations bridge corporate purpose with personal purpose while generating both social impact and strategic business results.
Trisha is also the Co-Founder and the Americas Lead for Sideshift, a “social opportunity network” – think: a mix of Netflix and Facebook , but with a purpose.
The Sideshift Summit “Changing Perspectives – Redefining Sustainability” brings together more than 50 thought-leaders to share insights and create a worldwide conversation about wellbeing, sustainability, success and happiness – in ourselves, our communities, our organizations and our planet. It’s a place to learn from each other and find solutions by thinking differently – and it’s free for everyone to join! See you there: www.Sideshift.net/Summit
Trisha is the Volunteer Program Director of Women in Technology’s WIT Forums, is an active volunteer at Conscious Capitalism Atlanta, is a Giving Gracefully Awards Host Committee Member, and is a Conspiracy or Love “Co-Conspirator” and #GoodLunch and #GoodDinner Atlanta Host.