SAS is consistently recognized for our employee-centric culture and has set the standard for creating a workplace where people feel valued and motivated.
We actively develop and engage women, offering training, mentoring, networking, work-life balance, and benefits that address the needs of women.
Nearly half of our workforce are women, with 30% in technical roles and 40% in leadership roles.
This virtual event highlights the phenomenal career journeys of some of our women in tech and provides the opportunity to hear from members of our dynamic Women's Initiative Network (WIN).
You’ll also have the chance to learn about available positions, ask questions and network with hiring managers and our recruitment team.
|5:00 – 5:45 p.m.|
Welcome to SAS
Who is SAS and why should I work there?
Employee Inclusion Group Speakers/Panelists
|5:45 – 6:15 p.m.||Recruiters and Hiring Teams in Breakout Rooms (Networking)|
Chief of Staff – Risk Research & Quantitative Solutions & WIN Sponsor
Michelle Proctor is responsible for the daily operations of 250 global resources across R&D, Risk & Finance Advisory Services, Methods and Operations. Previously, she was the Development Manager for the SAS Model Risk Management and SAS Enterprise GRC solutions where, in addition to leading the development team, she worked directly with a base of over 150 customers.
Proctor is a NASA Cooperative Education Scholarship recipient. She interned with
NASA at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, gaining experience in networks and communications while working on her Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Central Florida.
Proctor serves on the Diversity Council for SAS, as the Chair of the SAS Women’s Initiative Network (WIN) and is one of three leaders heading up the externally facing Women in Analytics program. She is also passionate about STEM and volunteers her spare time to educational outreach.
Since 2001, Proctor has been an active STEM evangelist, organizing and leading teams of professionals to promote its importance to thousands of young students in the Triangle area alone. She is similarly involved in other organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of Raleigh and the Triangle NC chapter of Dress for Success, an organization empowering women to achieve economic independence.
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