Meet Donna Geva, VP of Customer Success #WomenatWork

This year, we are honored to celebrate Women’s History Month with a series of interviews from the many voices at Gloat. Today we sat down for a quick chat with Donna Geva, our VP of Customer Success.

By Gloat

March 29, 2021

This year, we are honored to celebrate Women’s History Month with a series of interviews from the many voices at Gloat. 

We’re led by so many creative and successful women, and today we were fortunate enough to sit down with Donna Geva, our VP of Customer Success. 

Donna oversees several teams who help our customers utilize our platform to make sure they receive the most agile and adaptive internal talent marketplace possible. 

Here’s what Donna had to say!

What do you do here at Gloat?

I’m the VP of Customer Success

When in doubt, or feeling insecure, change your name from Donna to Dan. What would Dan say? What would Dan do? And boom, insecurities and doubt go away, and rational thinking returns.

Name a woman who inspires you, and why!

Women in leadership roles, who are moms too, and are able to remain ethical, collaborative and maintain internal integrity, always do it for me.

Are there any assumptions about women that you would like to change?

Being a mom means you can’t advance in your career.

Give us your favorite quote!

Not a favorite quote, but a powerful one I believe in: “Treat your employees like your customers.”

What advice would you give to a younger version of yourself at the start of your career?

There’s a great trick I learned later on in life that I would have loved the younger Donna to know.

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When in doubt, or feeling insecure, change your name from Donna to Dan. What would Dan say? What would Dan do? And boom, insecurities and doubt go away, and rational thinking returns.

Diversity in the workplace isn’t just a mission of our product, it’s a mission within our company. We recently released our Why We Work study and found that almost twice as many women (43%) as men (24%) feel their company doesn’t utilize their full potential. 

The study involved 1,000 U.S. employees and provided us with deep insights into motivations in the workplace. We learned a great deal about growth and change, the visibility of our skill sets, access, and also the gender diversity gap. At the bottom line, women need more room for advancement in the workplace.

We’re excited to continue to learn from the women at Gloat and share these lessons with our community. 

Stay tuned for our next interview from our Women at Work series on the Gloat Blog!

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