SAN FRANCISCO, September 14th, 2023 — Maritza Diaz, CEO of ITJ and a renowned leader in innovation, was a standout panelist at the recent Women Who Code event, engaging the audience in a discussion titled “Panel Discussion with Leaders in Biotech and Engineering.”She shared the platform with the renowned Dana Caulder, Executive Director of Research Informatics and Software Development of Genentech, and the talented Alyss Weissglass, Software Engineer at Benchling. Their collective expertise and unique experiences contributed to a rich dialogue on advancements in the biotech and engineering sectors.
A Visionary Representation
Maritza Diaz, with her dynamic presence and profound insights, exemplified the innovative spirit of ITJ, discussing the multifaceted nature of the Biotech industry and exploring the myriad pathways to leadership within biotech and engineering realms. She expressed,
“In these progressive sectors of biotech and engineering, mastery of science is coupled with visionary leadership and adaptability. The sectors’ future is intertwined with our ability to innovate, integrate across various disciplines, and nurture a culture of incessant learning. At ITJ, we are committed to exploring new frontiers by leveraging diverse expertise and championing leadership.”
Empowerment & Diversity at ITJ
ITJ’s dedication to empowering women to excel and lead in their respective fields is a testament to its broader mission to foster diversity and inclusivity. The company has been a witness and contributor to the transformative journey of women in the tech industry, continually fostering their growth at every stage. Collaborating with initiatives like Women Who Code underscores ITJ’s commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive technological landscape.
This enlightening discussion would not have been possible without the outstanding contribution and organization by Women Who Code Mexico. Their commitment to creating empowering spaces for women in technology was the driving force behind this event. A special acknowledgement to the dedicated hosts and directors of the event, Michelle Macaraeg and Mahalakshmi Rajkumar, whose meticulous planning and passionate involvement were instrumental in its success.
Continued Collaboration & Commitment
ITJ is excited to strengthen its partnership with Women Who Code, working in tandem to open more doors and create opportunities for women to ascend and lead in technology.
For a more in-depth insight into the discussions and to witness the empowering dialogue, we invite you to watch our full video recording! [Link to Recording]
About Women Who Code
Since its inception in 2011, Women Who Code, an international non-profit organization, has been a catalyst for change, inspiring women globally to excel in technology and programming careers. Their vision is a world where women are proportionally represented across all segments in tech – as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers.
ITJ is devoted to serving fast-growing and high-value market sectors, particularly the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), working with innovative medical device companies looking to improve people’s lives. With a unique BOT (build, operate, and transfer) model that sources only the best digital talent available, ITJ enables companies in the US to create technology centers of excellence in Mexico. For more information, visit www.itj.com.