Shana Glenzer, Social Radar’s VP of social marketing, is the subject of media focus in Elevation DC and Washingtonian magazine. “Glenzer, 34, is a D.C. tech scene maven,” states Elevation DC in a story on tech superwomen.
According to the Elevation DC piece, during the day, she serves as Social Radar’s VP of social marketing. After business hours—which are not always 9–5, since Social Radar is technically a startup—Glenzer divides her free time among networking groups like DC Tech Meetup and the newer DCFem Tech group. She is also an advisor for the new-in-D.C. Vinetta Project, “a way of connecting female entrepreneurs with insight and connections that can help take their companies to the next stage of growth,” Glenzer said. In addition to volunteer work and her day job, Glenzer also pops up from time to time as a commentator on Fox Business News.
“[Tech] is still a male-dominated industry. But progress is being made—both in the number of women in technical positions and women in leadership positions in tech companies and on boards of tech companies—and founders of tech companies,” Glenzer is quoted as saying in the Elevation DC story.
Glenzer also is listed as one of the “most important people in digital Washington” in a story in the May issue of Washingtonian magazine.
In addition, Glenzer has been featured in a Capitol Communicator “up close and personal” profile which you can see here.