Women in HR Tech – A Q&A With Kristy Wallace, Ellevate Network

One of the highlights of the HR Technology Conference and Exposition for me over the past couple of years has been the Women in HR Technology event.  A half day event occurring on the first day of the conference, it brings together some of the most successful women in the space to address questions like how do we attract more women into tech and HR tech roles, and how do we help those in the field overcome the challenges of working in a historically male dominated field to thrive and ultimately grow into leadership roles?

One of the sessions on this year’s agenda is a panel discussion with several highly successful and highly regarded women in the HR technology space called “Climbing the Leadership Ladder.”  In advance of the session I had the chance to catch up with some of the panelists.

Here’s what Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network, had to say about her own leadership journey, what we all need to do in our workplaces to support women, and how Ellevate Network is helping to close the gap.


Read the full post on the HR Tech Insiders Blog


About the Author

Jennifer Payne

Jennifer Payne is a 20+ year human resources leader with a focus on researching, developing, and implementing talent management programs. She is a believer in lifelong learning and self-development who strives to stay current in HR trends, technology, best practices, and the future of work by sharing knowledge with and learning from HR colleagues and thought leaders across the country and throughout the world through writing, speaking, and involvement in various industry conferences and events.  She is one of the co-founders of Women of HR, and is currently the Editor of the site. You can connect with her on Twitter...


Salvatore Patton

I had to write a comparable (or it seems comparable, depending on the information given) research newspaper
back in 2015 if I was a pupil. Gathering the needed information was quite hard and challenging.
But you were able to show the subject really accessible and
understandable. Anyways, it was intriguing to refresh several things and find something new out.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *