The goal of the scholarship program is to foster the passions of the next generation of female tech leaders by opening doors to their future career goals and aspirations. This year, 40 aspiring changemakers in tech will be selected to receive a $1,500 grant each and a JBL product, obtain career coaching from a HARMAN executive, build resume skills, and have an opportunity to interview for an employment opportunity at HARMAN, a global leader in consumer electronics and connected technologies for the home, office, and car.
In light of the unprecedented challenges many college women are facing due to COVID-19, HARMAN has expanded its commitment to 1,000 Dreams Fund to help even more young women fund their dreams. The two organizations make a powerful team, and since the program’s launch in 2017, over $50,000 has been granted to inspiring young women in tech throughout the country. Additionally, 1DF is a
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Unite Us, the technology company building coordinated care networks of health and social service providers nationwide, has today announced the appointment of Shandy Guharoy as the company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
With a deep understanding of healthcare information technology, Guharoy joins Unite Us with over 20 years of experience specialized in population health management, consumer-driven healthcare, payer platforms, and healthcare portals. His role at Unite Us will be heavily focused on engineering, product development, and solutions architecture in an effort to lead the company’s continued technology innovation within the health and social care industries.
“We’re excited to welcome an expert of Shandy’s caliber to the Unite Us team, ” said Dan Brillman, CEO and Co-founder of Unite Us. “Our technology is what fuels our business and with Shandy’s leadership it will continue to transform the industry. As we continue to