FSLogix Sponsors Women in Technology Mentoring Program

Posted by Brad Rowland on Jan 24, 2018, 9:48:04 AM

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FSLogix is passionate about supporting the communities where we live and work, and are proud to be sponsors of CUGC’s 2018 “Women in Technology Mentoring Program.”

Thank you to the CUGC WIT leadership team for the opportunity to participate in and sponsor this exciting program.

Details are in the announcement text below, and the CUGC community website.

Brad Rowland, Chief Marketing Officer

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CUGC proudly welcomes Citrix Ready Partner FSLogix as a 2018 sponsor of its Women in Technology Mentoring Program!

Created in 2017 by three CUGC leaders and Citrix Technology Professionals (CTPs), the CUGC Women in Technology Mentoring Program strives to elevate women in both technical expertise and professional confidence, pairing mentees with mentors in a 1:1 ratio. The initial program was so successful, that it doubled in size in 2018, and interest continues to grow.

By stepping up as one of the program’s first sponsors, FSLogix’s support will expand its offerings to include more targeted technical training (including demos and evaluation licenses), as well as resources for further professional development and networking. This is an exciting boost for the initiative, paving the way for future growth.

"From a CUGC perspective, we also wanted to play a more active role in helping women to become more visible in the STEM field or even join the CTA and CTP programs." –Esther Barthel, CTP, CUGC Women in Tech Team Lead, Solutions Architect, cognition IT

"Being a mentee in the CUGC Women in Technology Mentorship Program has really given me a positive push." –Kari Ludvigsen, 2017 Mentee

"There have been so many positive experiences for me in such a short time. I now also spend time teaming with other female Citrix admins to share the advice that my mentor has taught me. Good advice should always be shared, and mentoring can be infectious." –Rene Reighard, 2017 Mentee & 2018 Mentor

For more on the CUGC Women in Tech Mentoring Program and to meet the 2018 class of mentors, click here.


Brad Rowland is the Chief Marketing Officer of Atlanta based, FSLogix, and TechSTART Program Director, a project of the Fremont Economic Development Corporation.

FSLogix takes pride in a culture of giving back to our communities, through ongoing internships, participation in job creation initiatives, and sponsoring timely and innovative programs, like CUGCs Women in Tech Mentoring program.

Topics: Citrix, myCUGC, Women in Technology

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