A selection of features, articles and stories about Jodi
Jenny from Living in Canada – a website dedicated to Chinese recently arrived in Canada – speaks to Jodi Kovitz, and #movethedial Global Summit attendees about the event.
Despite a concerted effort by organizations around Canada to encourage women to take on leadership roles, a new survey has found that gender stereotypes are still a barrier, with just 10 per cent of young Canadians saying they picture a woman when they think of a CEO.
Awards and Recognition.
Some industry awards Jodi has received.
Jodi is a successful entrepreneur, business development expert, and leading diversity and inclusion thinker driving one of the world’s most influential and fastest-growing organizations impacting the advancement of all women in technology. She is a passionate and inspiring speaker, having delivered countless keynotes across North America, and releasing her first book in November 2019, “Go Out of Your Way: How one small act can move the dial in business and life”.
Your First Million
A podcast by Arlan Hamilton. In this episode, Arlan sits down with Jodi Kovitz to discuss the vision and journey of #movethedial.
TakeOver Innovation Conference
#movethedial Founder, Jodi Kovitz will be presents the “Future of Work” panel on how to create a more inclusive and diverse work environment.
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Molly Q. Ford, senior director of global diversity programs at Salesforce and Jodi Kovitz, founder and CEO of #MoveTheDial joined ELLE Canada’s managing editor Carli Whitwell for a panel discussion on how organizations can become more inclusive and what challenges still need to be overcome.
A gender-diversity strategy isn’t just about hiring more women. It’s about creating the kind of organization that women will want to join and where they’ll want to remain because they know it will afford them the opportunity to grow and contribute and eventually lead and govern.
Women continue to be underrepresented in the tech sector. A recent report showed that only six percent of tech CEOs are women, and women make up just 13-per cent of executives in tech companies. Kim Parlee speaks with two women looking to change that: Sladjana Jovanovic, VP of Online Technology at TD, and Jodi Kovitz, founder and CEO of #MovetheDial.
Jodi Kovitz’s daughter was two years old when she developed a series of rare infections that required months of treatment at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. Ms. Kovitz has never forgotten the professional care her family received from the hospital’s staff.
Jodi Kovitz is a big name in the Canadian technology space. Having run a not-for-profit organization, Peerscale (formerly AceTech Ontario) and founded #MovetheDial, Kovitz is firmly at the head of it acting as global CEO. Her latest venture, #MovetheDial, was created in January 2017 with the mission of increasing the participation and leadership of all women in technology. She’s HRD Canada’s keynote speaker at HR Leaders Summit in Toronto.
Organizations must design gender equality into the fabric of the business. Only through this “intentional design” approach can you create the kind of organization that women will want to join and where they will want to remain because they know it will afford them the opportunity to grow and contribute and eventually lead and govern.
Moving the Dial
Jodi argues we need to make key proactive moves to achieve results. Little steps combined with big actions are required to move the dial for women in tech.