Station Houston Bolsters Executive Team with Female Leaders
While Texas is ranked No. 1 in the nation for female entrepreneurship, research from Stanford University suggests that women with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) degrees are dramatically less represented in tech jobs compared to their male counterparts. We are excited to lead the way by example in our own hiring. This year, we have increased our female headcount by 30% and appointed women to every open leadership position we have. Learn more about our recent hires and our open positions, open to individuals of all backgrounds, as we strive to create the most inclusive technology ecosystem in the world.
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We have grown by 45% this year and are always on the lookout for talented, driven, and passionate people to join our team. See below for a list of open positions. If you have any referrals or questions, please email StationCareers@stationhouston.com.
Deanea LeFlore joined Station Houston in April as our first Director of Community Engagement, Partnerships, and Education. Deanea is growing our partnership base and presence within the Houston community. Since joining Station, Deanea has strengthened our current partnerships and introduced Station to a new network of leaders.
Christine Galib joined Station Houston in July as the Director of the Ion Smart Cities Accelerator, an initiative with Microsoft, Intel, and the City of Houston to foster the growth of smart city technology in Houston. Christine is overseeing the program’s launch, recruiting interested entrepreneurs, and will eventually manage the operations and strategies of the startups selected to take part in the program. As if spearheading the Accelerator isn’t enough, Christine is also a registered yoga teacher and health and wellness instructor.
Meet Stewart: Stewart Cory joined Station Houston in April as the Director of Ion Development and Collaboration. Stewart works closely with all of Station Houston’s partners and collaborators, like Rice Management Company, who are involved in the creation of the Ion Innovation Hub, the nucleus for innovation in Houston. Not only did Stewart study geology, she is also the vice president of the Washington and Lee University Houston Alumni Chapter. Go Generals!