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Our commitment to women

We create opportunities for women to connect, grow and inspire across CGI. By sharing information, best practices, education, and experience, we will connect to develop the leadership skills and career-advancing opportunities required for all members to influence CGI's success.

  • Host conversations to share personal career paths, challenges and strategies to address work-life balance
  • Sponsor in-person and virtual networking opportunities and 1:1 and small group mentoring programs
  • Develop new and existing talent through cultivated learning opportunities and participation in CGI sponsored and external industry conferences
  • Engage with Talent Acquisition to attract diverse early career and experienced women to join CGI
  • Cultivate the leadership competencies in women that reflect CGI's focus on growth
  • Foster the retention and promotion of women within CGI through succession planning and sponsorship
  • Create more opportunities for women to achieve personal career aspirations from client development to operational excellence


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I.T. girl challenge

In partnership with schools and community organizations, CGI hosts mobile app challenges for high school girls.

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A nationwide K-12 program that aims to train and mentor young people for STEM careers, focusing on students in demographics that are underrepresented in STEM fields, including women, minorities and the economically disadvantaged.

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Women in leadership 

Cintia Runha is a Vice President of Consulting Services in the Los Angeles metro. Her colleagues claim she is fearless and has stepped out of her comfort zone more often than she can count, which has always provided her with personal and professional growth. She is a shining example of a great leader willing to take on new initiatives and challenges for herself and those around her.

She came to the United States from Brazil when she was 17 as a high school exchange student in a small town in Iowa. She received a scholarship for volleyball and moved on her own to seven different states across the United States. She has transitioned from a “let me just sit in my corner” software programmer to a leader of ~100 Consultants working on different projects while being a mother of three. 

Her advice to women,“Get out of your comfort zone! You’ll be amazed at how quickly you will get a new comfort zone… and achieve personal and professional growth along the way.”

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Suba Subramanian: Solving my puzzle

Have you had the satisfaction of tackling a complicated puzzle and solving it? Whether it takes you a day or a month, you are proud of finding the solution. That's how I approach my work here at CGI. 

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Taylor Spratt: Always growing at CGI

I lived in Los Angeles for 10 years before moving to Knoxville. The lifestyle changes were dramatic—but very welcome. There is nowhere near as much traffic, for starters. 

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Nikki Rosen: Finding a culture of commitment

I have worked for CGI for a total of 16 years, with a break in between. I’ve found it to be a supportive, collaborative place, with people who take their commitments to clients, and to each other, seriously. 

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