Google’s new Aussie head is good news for women
Google’s decision to put Maile Carnegie into the head of operations for Australia and New Zealand sends a powerful message to women, particularly those working within the consumer electronics and digital media industries.
Sydney, Australia – Google’s decision to put Maile Carnegie into the head of operations for Australia and New Zealand sends a powerful message to women, particularly those working within the consumer electronics and digital media industries.
Technology expert and the founder of www.connectedwomen.net.au, Claire Moffat said that women were often left behind by large companies when it came to marketing and selling digital technology products and services.
“As women are the driving force behind new business start-ups and the social media, having a female at the helm of Google is a game changer. It is also a great business model for organisations struggling with gender change within their businesses,” Ms Moffat said.
Maile Carnegie joins global Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg in standing out as a female leader of an organisation which is at the cutting edge of behavioral change in our society. “It’s news that should also give women confidence that they can plan for a career within a technology business and rise to the top,” Ms Moffat added.
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