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State of the Digital Infrastructure Industry: People [Webinar]

Sustaining industry growth requires people to build, maintain and operate Digital Infrastructure, yet the industry currently faces an estimated shortfall of 300,000 people by 2025. Attracting, training and retaining people is the second biggest challenge for the industry.

Join iMasons Chairman and Founder, Dean Nelson for a live discussion covering in-depth insights from the Annual iMasons State of the Industry.

Heather Dooley, iMasons Women Global Chair, will join Dean to discuss how we fill the talent pipeline and address the 300,000 short fall.

The discussion will take place on LinkedIn Live, May 7th at 8:30am PDT.

Guest Presenter: Heather brings over 20 years of experience in everything from international business development to organizational change management, strategy, learning/development, and digital transformation. She has come to be known as a thoughtful leader in the data center sector and for the capabilities she’s built in the business including: tools, education, and communications. She has extensive experience identifying the business needs, gaps, threats, weaknesses and then building a case to solve the greatest problems for the organization.

Heather is driving ESG consulting across the tech ecosystem and was an executive for Google Global Data Centers leading the global PMO, Strategy, Enterprise Tools, and Learning and Development teams. She is on a mission to enable the industry to diversify their workforce. She comes from a non-traditional background for Data Centers and believes the best ideas and delivery come from a representative team. She is passionately involved in developing opportunities for women in technology through volunteering, mentoring and leading corporate initiatives. Heather has been named on lists such as​ ​Data Economy’s World’s 50 Most Powerful Women in the Data Economy​ and ​Colocation America’s Top 5 Women in the Data Center Industry​.

State of the Industry Report: Over the last year, Infrastructure Masons has collected input from our members to create and publish the Infrastructure Masons State of the Industry report. 

With contributions from 500+ experts in 50+ countries across six continents, this report is a must-read deep dive into the future of infrastructure, addressing the challenges and opportunities shaping the course of our industry.

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