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Dataprise Women in Technology: Meet Jordan

By: Marissa Withers

WIT February 2024 Jordan

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This month our Women in Technology, we are spotlights Jordan, one of our Marketing Managers! Read about her story and how she started in technology.

Tell us your story on how you got into technology.

I took a position with a smaller MSP in 2021 as the Marketing Coordinator and then worked my way up to the head of marketing.

Did you always know that working in technology was what you wanted to do?

Before taking the position, I really did not know very much about MSPs, but I became very interested in the industry and realized that it was a good industry to stay in.

How long have you been with Dataprise?

Since April of 2023.

Can you share a little bit about what it is that you do and what a typical day for you is like?

I manage the content on our website, our SEO strategy, and any digital advertising that we put out there. A lot of my day is spent creating content that would be considered valuable to our clients and to organizations that might be looking for an IT Support partner.

What advice would you give to women considering a career in the tech industry? What do you wish you had known?

Share your opinion, it’s important and valuable. Be open and willing to learn things that you do not yet know.  

Why do you think it’s important for more women to join the tech industry? How can the broader community support women in tech?

I think women bring unique experiences and perspectives to the table that can contribute to organizational problem solving. Challenging stereotypes and fostering a community of inclusion are certainly ways to support women in tech. 

What do you think is the best part of being a woman in the tech industry?

This isn’t necessarily women specific, but I feel like there are so many facets to the tech industry, there is so much to learn, and so many opportunities to grow! 

What is it that you enjoy most about your current job at Dataprise?

I love working for Dataprise. The entire organization is constantly thinking about the client and how we can help integrate IT into their business strategy.

What is the best professional advice you’ve ever received?

The best piece of professional advice I’ve ever gotten was “work to learn, not to earn”. I have let this guide me throughout my entire career. I truly feel like as long as you are learning, you will not feel unsatisfied in your role. 

Where do you see yourself going from here?

I want to continue to grow my skillset in tech marketing and continue to look for opportunities to provide value to our organization and our clients. 

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