The Impostor Syndrome Files

Continue to Fight for Yourself & Others

September 28, 2021 Kim Meninger Season 2 Episode 82
The Impostor Syndrome Files
Continue to Fight for Yourself & Others
Show Notes

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm excited to share this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files where we look at the power of knowing who you are and surrounding yourself with supportive people. My guest, Enna Jimenez, shares her personal story of rising through the ranks in IT and the challenges she faced along the way. She also reveals the ways in which she found her voice and learned to believe in herself. Enna and I discuss the ways in which we can all support those around us as well.

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About My Guest
Enna Jimenez is an Award-Winning Change Champion who has over 30 years in multiple industries with expertise in Leadership, Technology and Transformation Management. Currently, Enna is the Head of the Quality Assurance team at IDEMIA, an augmented identity security organization. She is a Coach and Mentor and has a huge passion for Diversity and Inclusion, talent engagement and community organizations. The March edition of Hispanic Executive magazine featured Enna as one of the 2021 Leading Latinas. In March 2021, Enna received the Emerging Leaders in Technology and Engineering (E.L.I.T.E.) Award from NSBE Boston Professionals. Dr. Lynn Wooten, President of Simmons University appointed Enna as the Presidential Adviser for Alumni Engagement. In addition, Enna has joined the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Women’s Advisory Board and the ALPFA National Board of Directors. Enna is one of 92 Hispanics featured in the first edition book Hispanic Stars Rising: A New Face of Power. The Multicultural Symposium Series Black History Empowerment Recognition Breakfast recognized Enna as one of the Black and Brown Innovators of Action Honorees in March 2020. In 2019, the National Diversity Council selected Enna as one of the 2019 National Latino Leader Award winners and she received a Citation from MA Governor Charlie Baker on Leadership and Excellence.

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