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Ottawa, March 6, 2020 – Today, the community-led initiative empowering women-led STEM businesses with $1 billion in economic access by 2030, Women in Cloud, is proud to have launched a new 21 Days of Economic Access social media campaign on Parliament Hill in Ottawa in partnership with Invest Ottawa.

As we honor Remarkable Women here in Washington, we’re introducing you to Chaitra Vedullapalli. She’s the co-founder and president of Women in Cloud, helping female entrepreneurs gain access to the tech world.

Chaitra’s mission is impacting countless women, but as you’re about to see — it’s her vision — that is truly remarkable.

Calling all aspiring Female Founders
The Women In Cloud accelerator is growing! In this video, Microsoft’s Karen Fassio talks about its global expansion and has an inspiring message for all potential women entrepreneurs.

The Women in Cloud Summit is a one-day event that helps women entrepreneurs in tech connect with people in business all over the world…

Reaching gender parity in enterprise entrepreneurship is a $5 trillion market opportunity.

Ask Maci Peterson Philitas, CEO and co-founder of On Second Thought, if she imagined her technology as a business solution, the answer is “no. Absolutely not.”…

A Microsoft-backed accelerator program for women-led cloud startups is about to go global.

Microsoft, Women in Cloud and Ideagen announced Wednesday at the GeekWire Cloud Summit that they are teaming up on the expansion …

Genneve, a Seattle startup that runs a telemedicine service for women experiencing menopause, landed a $4 million seed round led by BlueRun Ventures. The fresh cash will be used to grow the company’s user base and geographic footprint. …

Angelo recently graduated from the Microsoft Cloud Accelerator Program, an initiative led by Women in Cloud, Microsoft and cross-industry collaboration company Ideagen. …

Professional conferences and leadership gurus are always urging people, particularly women and underrepresented minorities, to find a mentor to help guide them and advance their careers. It’s great advice — but not necessarily easy to follow…..

Diversity is a hot topic in the tech industry — and because it’s discussed frequently, it might be easy to feel like things have already changed. But according to a recent Women in Technology report from IDC, only 42 percent of women feel their employer offered equal pay, compared to 75 percent of men who feel the same….

You might have guessed as much given that she’s worked for the Redmond, Wash.-based cloud and tech giant for more than two decades, with a short break early in her career. In her current job as vice president of Go-to-Market Strategy…

A growing number of women have taken up leadership roles at the India units of global technology firms. Very often, they come from a strong engineering and technology background and drive tech roles, not just a business function….

Only 2% of venture funding goes to women-led enterprises and the gender disparity in this space is only growing, said Chaitra Vedullapalli, the founder of Women in Cloud (WIC), a community-led initiative to support and promote women technology entrepreneurs.

Only 2% of venture funding goes to women-led enterprises and the gender disparity in this space is only growing, said Chaitra Vedullapalli, the founder of Women in Cloud (WIC), a community-led initiative to support and promote women technology entrepreneurs.