We love our view across the Charles. It reminds us that we work in a pretty awesome place. And that everyday we're able to use our technology, our ideas and our time to help make our home even more amazing.
With technology’s ability to connect us to anywhere in the world, we can forget it can also help us reach out to people right around the corner. That’s why since 2003 we’ve donated over $78 million in cash and software to nonprofits and underserved communities in Massachusetts. Call it corporate stewardship. Or social responsibility. Or whatever you like. We call it being a good neighbor.
Science Club for Girls connects thousands of bright, young women from underrepresented groups with female mentors to inspire them to pursue careers in science. From building rockets to building self-confidence, Science Club for Girls is doing its part to build a sisterhood of future scientists.Visit Website
Careers in science and technology are no longer reserved for the boys’ club. From encouraging youth in the classroom to acknowledging leadership in the boardroom. Microsoft holds a strong commitment to the advancement of women in technology and business. Meet some of the leading ladies who have redefined success in their fields.
From floppy disks to cloud storage, Julie has seen--and spearheaded--great leaps in technology since first joining Microsoft in 1988. But as fast as technology moves, Julie moves faster, which makes her the perfect leader for tech’s next great leap: Going mobile, and powering businesses to get work done without a desk or desktop computer.
She’s a native Southerner. Worked at Microsoft HQ in Redmond. Even manages a team in Utah. Terrell is all over the map, which is just how she likes it. Collaborating with researchers to marketers. Plus she’s expanding the role of women in the tech field through the Women’s Leadership Council. So when Terrell says “Y’all,” it truly includes everyone.