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043: Hustle with Ann Kelly | The AV/IT Amplifier Podcast

043: Hustle with Ann Kelly | The AV/IT Amplifier Podcast

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In this conversation, Ann Kelly, Assistant Manager of Events and Classroom Technologies at Yale School of Medicine, discusses her career journey and experiences as a woman in a male-dominated industry. She shares her transition to Yale and the differences she has observed, as well as her motivations for seeking the next step in her career. Ann also talks about dealing with gender bias and the strategies she has used to navigate the industry. She emphasizes the importance of hustle and pursuing knowledge, as well as gaining access to opportunities. The conversation concludes with Ann providing her contact information for further engagement.

  • Transitioning to a new institution can provide opportunities for growth and exposure to innovative technologies.
  • Women in male-dominated industries may face challenges such as gender bias, but it is important to stand your ground and assert your expertise.
  • Hustle and a willingness to learn are key to advancing in the industry, and taking advantage of training programs and certifications can enhance professional development.
  • Having a breadth of understanding across different technologies and a depth of knowledge in specific areas can be valuable in problem-solving and providing effective solutions.
  • Networking and being part of professional organizations can provide access to opportunities and resources for career advancement.

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