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Our diverse teams bring diverse skills in the workforce. The women who work in Accenture come from all walks of life—mothers, athletes, mentors, tech-geeks; meet all of them:

I’m with Accenture Strategy in ASEAN, supporting consumer goods and services enterprises in finding innovative solutions to complex problems. I help them develop forward-looking strategies on a gamut of objectives, from growth to cost optimization. Through my role, I enable clients to make the pivotal decisions that ensure their success.

What do you find most interesting in your career within the consulting/technology industry?

The exceptional opportunity to be involved in diverse projects and gain exposure to different vertical markets is very exciting. I thrive in the knowledge that there’s always a new challenge just around the corner. One time, I even went “undercover” as a foodie tourist in our quest to help a global foods manufacturer determine a strategy for doubling its food service revenues.

Tell us about your interests. What personality traits do you need to excel in it? How do these help your work in Accenture?

Since my university days, I’ve developed an interest in entrepreneurship. I love the challenge of making a business grow. To be successful, one needs to be astute, adaptable and adept with problems and people. These skills are also key to growth in Accenture and I believe my career in Accenture Strategy helps me hone them.

I’m part of the global team of Accenture Security. I help organizations create a highly secure cyber environment. Our team helps organizations fortify their cybersecurity and prevent breaches from happening. We study their system structure, strengthen it and resolve identified threats if there are any. This way, companies can be confident that they have strong, secured systems, and can focus on delivering value.

Why did you choose to join Accenture over other options?

I know I’ll build a good career foundation in the cybersecurity industry with Accenture. As part of a global company, I have the chance to explore, gain experience and get exposure to working in different types of industries. On top of this, I love the working culture of Accenture which gives importance to work-life balance, self-development and gender equality.

How has Accenture helped you in developing your skills?

As a fresh graduate, Accenture helped me grow my knowledge on cybersecurity through trainings—both on the job and in the classroom. My managers helped me develop my technical skills by introducing me to cybersecurity policies, explaining secure practices and guiding me in using cybersecurity assessment frameworks created by Accenture. I will also attend a training program in St. Charles, USA, sponsored by the company.

There is never a dull moment! On top of the exciting work we do to deliver excellence for our clients, I constantly feel empowered to make decisions. My project leaders are open to suggestions, and they listen to my opinions regarding client matters. It has been a great experience so far, and the people I work with inspire me to be a better version of myself every day.

Why is it important for women to go into STEM fields?

It’s cool to be a woman in Technology! Being in this field is very empowering. You get to be at the forefront of innovation and build things that can truly improve people’s lives. It amazes me how fast technology moves and grows. It’s constant yet ever-changing.

How have you seen leaders model and encourage flexibility? Is this different than in other jobs?

Accenture leaders are outcome-driven, and they trust their team members. That is why I am able to work from home or outside of office during days when we do not have any meetings, if required. This flexible arrangement allows me to manage my time better. As long as we are able to do our work efficiently and deliver it well, we can always discuss working arrangements with our managers.

I’m responsible for driving improvements in our team’s performance and ensuring that we meet our client’s targets. I deal very closely with the client’s quality team to ensure that we understand their policies and processes and provide them proper support.

What’s great about being a woman working in Accenture?

I admire Accenture’s stance on equality. It’s great to feel that I can be myself. I have had open discussions with my leads and I’ve shared with them what I want to do, given the passion, strength and experience that I have. I also know I’m treated fairly and my voice is heard, regardless of my position, career level or tenure in the organization.

Share something you are passionate about outside work and how your corporate career compliments it.

Outside of work, I love to cook. I try to cook or try out new dishes whenever I can. Aside from that, I’m also passionate about sharing what I know and bringing out the best in others. I’m happy that Accenture gives me the chance to pursue my passion and inspire people from various backgrounds and cultures to bring their best selves to work every day.

I’m a technology consulting analyst under Products, focusing on digital and integration. I have assisted clients in enhancing their business as well as their customers’ experiences using digital and new technologies.

What’s great about being a woman working in Accenture?

Compared to other corporations, women in Accenture are given an equal voice as men. We’re also able to work without prejudice and be seen for what we do and think about rather than for our gender.

What’s unique about Accenture’s culture that enables you to create, innovate, research or lead effectively?

Our culture of inclusion and diversity allows me to express my ideas through the work that I do. Accenture people are receptive to new different concepts, regardless of level or tenure. I am free to share my thoughts without fear of being ridiculed or ignored. This motivates me to do my best work every day.

I’m part of Accenture Technology in ASEAN. I help clients implement business solutions in SAP, based on their functional and technical requirements. These include understanding their current process, designing and configuring the new process flow, and explaining to them the external know-how. The work I do helps organizations manage their businesses more efficiently, allowing them to stay ahead of the competition.

How would you describe working in Accenture?

I love to work in Accenture because of its culture, and the fun and dynamic working environment. My colleagues and I have an open communication, and it helps that our team leader is very supportive. On top of that, we are given a platform that allows us to have continuous learning and valuable global connection.

How have you been able to grow your career at Accenture?

I propelled my career through the open and constructive feedback I receive from both colleagues and clients. As a junior member of the company, I believe it is important for me to learn from the wisdom of my coworkers.

I’m a data scientist — I interpret and transform complex data into easily communicable terms. I also come up with data-driven strategies and solutions to help clients across different industries address problems, effectively reduce cost and improve business results. Part of my role also involves educating clients on the value and role of analytics for their organization.

Why did you pursue a career in STEM?

I find data and human behavior very intriguing. It’s very interesting to be able to learn so much about a single topic from just numbers alone. From analyzing the numbers, we can see how actions could be made. I find great satisfaction in deriving impactful solutions and strategies from these data and translating them into action.

What makes Accenture the place you want to work?

There is diversity in the work that we do in Accenture, and we are at the forefront of the latest technologies and innovation. Our leaders continuously motivate and encourage us to learn and pick up new skills. They’re approachable and understanding in terms of work arrangements. Aside from that, they’re also open to discussions where we can always voice our perspectives. This makes Accenture a great place to work.

I’m a project manager for Accenture Technology, managing and delivering Distributor Management System (DMS) projects. In my role, I work closely with clients to understand their challenges and ensure we deliver solutions that accelerate their business processes. This enables them to plan effectively and increase sales volumes.

What’s great about being a woman working in Accenture?

Accenture provides women with unlimited opportunities and the platform to grow our careers. It also recognizes the contributions that we make and roles that we play for our families. I was one of the first among those who benefited from the extended maternity leave when it was implemented in Malaysia in 2015.

The strong support program for women enables me to take the ownership in leading my own team and making my own decisions. Bring in your talents, do your best in Accenture and you will go far!

What value do you add in your role — both for clients and for Accenture?

I believe the vast experience I gained from working with a reputable and multinational client in the last ten years has helped me understand their needs and transform those into actionable solutions—which my team and I deliver. Making sound decisions and striking a balance between professional and personal goals are also my strengths.

Our Gender Diversity
Numbers in ASEAN

At Accenture, our commitment to inclusion and diversity is unwavering. We believe it makes us smarter, more competitive and more innovative—and is a key part of what makes Accenture a great place to work.

We’ve actively taken steps to improve inclusivity in the workplace, such as hosting women’s networking events across ASEAN and providing leadership development programs for women. We strive to make it easier for our employees to balance their work and personal lives by offering flexible working arrangements across ASEAN.

As an innovation-led company, we value the diversity of thought and experience that comes from across a broad spectrum of abilities, age, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.

We publish the demographics of our ASEAN workforce annually to further collaboration and innovation with our people, our clients and our communities around the critical imperative to foster greater inclusion and diversity. We also publish our demographics to hold ourselves accountable for our progress. If we want people to be intentional, take the steps that are needed, and be part of making progress, then we must be transparent about where we are and where we want to go.

In 2017, we continued to work toward our goal of achieving a global workforce of 50% women and 50% men by 2025. While our overall number of women employees, for both executives and non-executives, has increased across all our ASEAN countries, the percentage of women to men dipped by 0.6 percentage point in Singapore to 35.7% women from 2017 to 2016 and by 3.9% percentage point to 37.9% in Indonesia in the same period. We continue to actively recruit to balance our gender mix and remain committed to creating a workplace where all of our people feel they belong and can be successful, both professionally and personally.

Read more about the ASEAN workforce


As of December 2017

Workforce Changes Year-Over-Year (%)

2017 2016 2015
Female 35.7 36.3 34.6
Male 64.3 63.7 65.4
2017 2016 2015
Female 46.8 44.6 41.9
Male 53.2 55.40 58.1
2017 2016 2015
Female 37.9 41.8 41.7
Male 62.1 58.2 58.3
2017 2016 2015
Female 49.9 48 47.6
Male 50.1 52 52.4
2017 2016 2015
Female 30 29.8 29.9
Male 70 70.2 70.1
2017 2016 2015
Female 42.7 42 40.7
Male 57.3 58 59.3
2017 2016 2015
Female 34.5 33.1 32.5
Male 65.5 66.9 67.5
2017 2016 2015
Female 44.8 43.5 43.5
Male 55.2 56.5 56.5
2017 2016 2015
Female 39.1 40.6 38
Male 60.9 59.4 62
2017 2016 2015
Female 47.8 45.5 42.3
Male 52.2 54.5 57.7
2017 2016 2015
Female 38.7 44.4 44.6
Male 61.3 55.6 55.4
2017 2016 2015
Female 51.1 49 48.3
Male 48.9 51 51.7

Leading in the New

New is not waiting for the world to change — it is happening now! We empower women to be change agents, moving beyond boundaries and expectations to define success.

Events and Women's Programs

Check out the various events and activities organized to support and empower women to lead and become Greater Than.

Women Mentoring Program

Accenture Women Mentoring Program is a mentorship program where the top female university students in Indonesia are selected and paired with one of Accenture’s female executives to help grow the mentees’ knowledge and professional experience.

This unique one-year program provides you the opportunity to be mentored by high performing women executives and to learn from their vast experience, wisdom, and insights.

Stephanie Rawi

Stephanie Rawi

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Alisha Buana

Alisha Buana

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Women Speed Networking

Female university students in their final/penultimate year were invited to join a Speed Networking session to learn more their career persona as well as the exciting career opportunities for women in Accenture.

Meet the women who have recently joined Accenture through the speed networking event. Hear their stories and see how individuality is valued at Accenture.

Felicia Khor

Felicia Khor

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Vivian Er

Vivian Er

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INSPIRE is a year-long coaching program designed to help our current and former female interns pursue a successful career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The program provides additional coaching from one of Accenture’s female leaders to help position participants for a successful career in STEM after graduation.

Current and former interns can contact the local campus recruiters to register for the program.


The future workforce is an equal one. Accenture recently celebrated its annual International Women’s Day and uncovered the key drivers of a workplace culture where everyone can advance and thrive.

Watch the highlights of the event in the video and how our people are committed to contribute to Getting to Equal.

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Accenture Careers for Women

At Accenture, we’re committed to gender equality as it is an essential element of an inclusive workplace—we want more women in our workforce, more female role models in STEM, and more benefits for working parents. Learn more about the career opportunities for women at Accenture.

Women in the Workplace

How do the women in Accenture define success? Meet our women and hear their stories of personal and professional growth.

Women's Programs

To better support our women, Accenture offers many unique programs that aim to empower them to thrive in their careers and lead in the new.

Women's Research

Accenture has conducted many original research studies to examine and tackle important issues that women face in the workplace. Read more about our latest findings and insights on initiatives that help women advance in their careers and achieve success.

International Women's Day

Our celebrations of International Women’s Day give employees across the globe an opportunity to have conversations about how to achieve their professional and personal goals while defining success. Through Accenture’s activities and events at offices and client sites, International Women’s Day underscores our dedication to engaging the best people from diverse backgrounds to deliver high performance.

Inclusion Starts with I

The diversity of our people is part of what makes Accenture exceptional. We believe that no one should be discriminated against because of their differences, such as age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, religion or sexual orien­tation. Each of us has the power to make a difference and help create a work­place where it’s possible to be successful, both personally and profes­sionally.

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