Women Winning With IT

Dataprise Women in Tech

As one of the nation’s leading Managed Service Providers, Dataprise seeks to ensure that we continue to support and develop what makes us truly unique: our fantastically diverse people and culture. We are proud to say that our female employees are rock stars and serve as an integral part of our company’s success. Our hope is that Dataprise can help continue to raise awareness about how gratifying working in the technology industry can be and empower women to consider a career in technology for themselves. No matter where you are in your career, or what technology you want to focus on, Dataprise offers a broad range of support, programs and resources to advance women in technology.

Below is a showcase of some of the amazing ladies who are doing fantastic work each day at Dataprise.


Meet Some of the Women in Tech at Dataprise

Zoya Khan, Service Desk Engineer
Service Desk Engineer
Global Service Desk
Danielle Quinn, Program Manager
Program Manager
Managed Services
Service Desk Engineer
Global Service Desk
Tara Donohue, Program Manager Team Lead
Program Manager Team Lead
Managed Services
Rania Montasser, Desktop Support Engineer
Desktop Support Engineer
Strategic Consulting
Brittany Miller, Business Intelligence Developer
Business Intelligence Developer
Web Solutions
Lauren Burrell, Onboarding Program Analyst
Onboarding Program Analyst
Managed Services
Aramide, Windows/Linux Project Engineer
Windows/Linux Project Engineer
Project Services
Celina, Service Desk Engineer
Service Desk Engineer
Global Service Desk
Kelly, Carrier Services/Telephony Account Manager
Carrier Services/Telephony
Account Manager
Yasmin, Account Manager: Carrier/Telephony
Account Manager
Carrier and Telephony Services
Kristina, Digital Marketing Strategist
Digital Marketing Strategist
Talent Acquisition Advisor
Erica, Sales Operations Manager
Sales Operations Manager
Kristy, Project Fulfillment Manager
Project Fulfillment Manager
Professional Services
Ashley, Account Executive
Account Executive
I'v never thought of myself as a female engineer, or founder, or a woman in tech. I just think of myself as someone who's passionate.

Leah Busque, Founder of TaskRabbit