Enveil CEO Ellison Anne Williams was interviewed for this TAG Cyber article on female leadership at C-levels in the cybersecurity industry.
Excerpt from the article:
Nonetheless, there are tangible challenges even when a strong woman decides to pursue her dream of becoming a CEO. Natali Tshuva pointed to the numbers; most venture capital is given to men, and cyber security is a start-up and acquisition culture. Thus, a woman who wants to lead a cyber security company is up against higher hurdles in fund raising.
[Ellison Anne] Williams agrees that there are risks but says she was able to achieve her position as CEO by “staying focused on the work I am passionate about and where I am confident I can make a substantial difference.” She advises that women “can’t blaze a trail without first planting the flag through the substance of your own accomplishments.”
Read the full TAG Cyber article.