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My formal training is as a biologist, but I have been involved in informatics and analysis of "big data" for the last 9 years. I've been in my current position at HSPH for over 3 years. At the school, I am part of the Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core wherein I direct the bioinformatics training program, and consult with biologists on analysis of DNA sequencing data. I got involved with Harvard WiT in 2016 and it has been an amazing experience; I have learned a lot about the broad technology landscape within academia, and met some fantastic, and like-minded people. [Task Force Member 2017-2019]
-- Radhika Khetani, Training Director at Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core (HSPH)
I have worked at Harvard Law for five years, but prior to that had careers in publishing and library science. WIT has allowed me to more confidently assert myself as an IT professional, and has given me the opportunity to meet talented colleagues across the university. I am excited to be part of the WIT Task Force, helping to make concrete changes in the Harvard IT community. [Task Force Member 2017-2019]
-- Miriam Leigh, Information Systems Manager, Faculty Affairs Office of Academic Affairs, Harvard Law School
I joined Harvard IT in February of 2007 as a Technical Engineer for HUIT. I started out at Radcliffe supporting the fellows, and as years went on I currently support buildings within Central Admin and FAS. I currently work out of 114 Mount Auburn. Being a member of Women in Technology has allowed me to work with an exceptional group of women and be part of a very inspirational group that are also helping me explore a passion of mine that will also be detriment