Women of Color in Tech

  • Wednesday, October 14, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual


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Join us to learn about Adonica Randall’s journey into technology as a black woman, obstacles other black professionals experience moving into technology, how to encourage black professionals to enter into technology careers (and why that’s important), the current state of diversity in tech, and a description of Adonica’s current business, Abaxant, LLC, https://www.abaxent-global.com/.



Adonica Randall is President and Chief Problem Solver of Abaxent, LLC, an 18year old certified MBE/WBE technology solutions company. With over 35 years of technical and business experience she has specialized in development of business startups, new services and process improvement, with experience across a variety of industries including healthcare, insurance, manufacturing and construction.  Adonica has served in technical, sales and management positions at General Motors, GE Medical Systems, IBM and the AO Smith Engineering Division as well as starting multiple Professional Services businesses.

Adonica received her Master of Engineering degree in Biomedical Engineering from Marquette University and her B.S. in Computer Science from Missouri School of Science and Technology. Adonica is a Professor Emeritus from Alverno College Business School - Computing and Information Technology and Business Analytics.

Notable service: Entrepreneur in Residence at Marquette University, Minority Business Economic Input Committee 2nd Vice Chair for North Central Minority Supplier Development Council, and Ambassador for Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (Wisconsin) and local community organizations.

She is a well-recognized as a thought leader that speaks widely on the future of women in STEM. careers.

She is also Enterprising Women of the Year, 2019 Award Winner!

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