The Ever Nimble team attended the Women in Technology 2020 Awards and we are pleased to announce that our CEO Chris Morrissey finished as a Top 5 Diversity Ally. Our Manager of Support Miri Sardleic also was nominated for the Peoples Choice award. We would like to extend our thanks to the team at WiTWA for putting on a fantastic event and for the work they do for Women in Technology. Congratulations to all those who were nominiated and a special well done to the Winners on the night.
As CEO and Founder of Ever Nimble, Chris has built a Managed Service Provider with a difference. As well as holding equity as a personal value, Chris understands that a diverse staff will bring Ever Nimble closer to its customers. He understands that he is in a privileged position to contribute to gender equity in the field and encourages all Ever Nimble employees to be advocates for diversity: one of the company’s five values is to ‘be diversity champions’. Chris is proud that, in its third year, 30% of Ever Nimble’s staff are female, with these team members working across technical and management roles. Chris targets 40% female employment at Ever Nimble by 2021, and as the company continues to grow aims to achieve complete equality across technical support and leadership teams.
About Ever Nimble
Ever Nimble is an award-winning provider of IT services around the world. The company’s global team provides honest and smart advice to help its clients to thrive. They connect teams, improve processes and ensure reliable infrastructure for all clients, taking the time to understand each business and its individual needs. Ever Nimble takes a holistic approach to technology use, helping clients to get the most from their investment in information technology. Using plain English, they connect with customers, care about their success, and enjoy their work.
WiTWA is a Perth-based, not for profit organisation providing a framework for women in tech [+] to extend their networks and expand their knowledge.
Established in 1998, WiTWA was formed as a network to support women who found themselves in heavily male-dominated industries. First incorporated as ‘Women in IT WA’ in 2005, we re-branded to ‘‘Women in Technology WA’ in 2010 and added the [+] in 2019 to acknowledge the range of backgrounds in our organisation who use and advocate for tech every day. Find out more https://www.witwa.org.au/