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AnitaB.org, a nonprofit organization focused on the advancement of women in technology, today announced the appointment of Maggie Inbamuthiah as its interim Managing Director of India. Maggie has been working with the organization since 2016, and has played a major role spearheading the organization’s efforts and programs to advance careers of women in technology in the region.
“We are excited to announce Maggie’s appointment as the interim Managing Director of India,” said Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President & CEO of AnitaB.org. During her AnitaB.org tenure, she has worked relentlessly towards achieving our goals. With her contributions, we hope to build on our 10-year legacy on the sub-continent to advance 50/50 equity for all tech women worldwide by 2025.”
Maggie has previously worked with corporations including ANZ, Infosys, and Dell, leading their global technical and operational projects and initiatives in the HR space. An avid entrepreneur, Maggie is the Co-founder of “Mandram,” a platform to curate talks and ideas in native languages so that people can reach one another across the social diaspora with no impediment of language. She was also the Co-founder of Employee Experts and My Campus Days.
“I have always been a believer in ensuring that there is equal opportunity for all regardless of gender, social status, and background,” said Maggie. “Working with AnitaB.org has not only strengthened my belief in this pursuit but has also enabled me to curate and implement many initiatives focused on this purpose. With this new role, I look forward to continuing my efforts and driving key initiatives in India such as the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration (GHCI 19). Celebrating its 10th year anniversary, GHCI 19 will be held in Bangalore from November 6 – 8, 2019 and promises to be an extraordinary event focused on 50/50 intersectional tech equity by 2025.”