Women, both in the past and present, inspire me every day. Sometimes inspiration comes in the form of motivation, encouragement, energy, influence, or a stir. It’s packaged in books, speeches, music, friends and family, associates at work in projects, and meetings. Thanks to the community for providing a space to share including @LeahK,  @JulieH,  @TaraM, and @ChristineB


Here at Alteryx:

I am honored to work with women who support and encourage one another to be their best, which includes so many at Alteryx. For those, I’ve worked most closely with I’d love to share a few words. @LaurenU, you are totally giving and embody team spirit. @TuvyL, any company would be lucky to have you on their team, and I am so glad you are at Alteryx.  @MahshidB, you consider the whole picture with projects in a way that certainly influences me.  

@KristiT, @LisaS, and @SuzanneD—what a joy (the wisdom, the humor, the encouragement…) it is to work closely with you all here in Irvine.  @BethN, I am endlessly encouraged by your work ethic and your ability to engage many from different teams under a shared vision. @MollyT, I absolutely enjoy being a content duo with you. I’ve had the pleasure of watching @LibbyD speak in action a few times including at Inspire. Her emphasis and focus on our customers are inspiring. Looking forward to Inspire 2018 in Anaheim.


In Books:

The Dream of a Common Language by Adrienne Rich

On Photography by Susan Sontag

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit

To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf

Feminist Literary Theory and Criticism: A Norton Reader


In Speeches:

The Danger of a Single Story by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The Power of Vulnerability by Brené Brown



Girl on Fire by Alicia Keys

You Don’t Own Me-Lesley Gore


Tatiana Servin
Content Marketing