December 9, 2016
In this blog series, women at Datto will post stories from their interviews of each other. This week, we hear from Stacy Rossetti, Salesforce Administrator, and Dory Viscogliosi, Senior Marketing Operations Manager.
My professional journey has been a great experience and the realization that others are following similar journeys is motivational, to say the least! Like some of us here at Datto, my university studies were not technology focused. However, once in the workforce, I was drawn to databases and development. I’ve always found inspiration in new challenges and consistently strive for new ways to learn.
Things move fast, especially here at Datto. For those who know me, they know I like that pace. As a developer, admin and trainer I get to see my work in action every day. It inspires me to make each day better and help build new Datto horizons. In such fast times, what better way to help others than with a team?
New to our team is Dory Viscogliosi, Senior Marketing Operations Manager. Dory brings the same fast pace to Marketing as I do to Sales. Dory began her career in a small marketing company where under a great mentor, Christina, she learned Marketo and its technical ecosystem. She was interested in how changing something would affect something else and the patterns you can find in numbers. Now,. numbers are a big part of what she does, and understanding the impact one channel has over the other and its return on investment.
She realized it’s about feeling confident in yourself and being unafraid to venture out, knowing you have to take that first step toward your goal. It’s about learning how to do new things and overcoming any obstacles in your way. With time, your experience and confidence grow and you’re able to make recommendations for new best practices and make an impact.
Dory is bringing that impact to Datto. It’s with great pleasure that I get to work with her and other WIT members, Melissa McPherson & Neha Kamineni in bringing operational excellence with global reach and endless possibilities. Welcome to the team!
The Women in Technology blog series is coordinated by Customer Experience Innovations project coordinator, Rachel Powers.