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FinTech Female Fridays: Meet SVP Cloud Engineering at Moodys Corporation, Divya Elaty

Divya started her career as Data Engineer to improve the process of transforming, analyzing, profiling, validating, and cleansing the data. "Sheer volume of data is growing every day within the organizations. The challenge is to come up with innovative solutions that solve data problems and help leadership take the right decisions. Public Cloud was evolving and as a technology enthusiast, I have learned the modern ways of doing things in cloud. Adopted cloud-native solutions, and implemented, and delivered several projects successfully. This experience has helped me to get on the opportunity with Moody’s."


Divya Elaty is currently heading cloud engineering team and the team is working on building a modern data lake in cloud. "The goal is to build an enterprise data mesh across the organization. Moody's has a good work-life balance. The culture allows for opinions to be heard and differences in judgment to be accepted. I’m an advocate for learn and grow."


Divya is proud to be impacting FinTech by "building a robust data collection, integration and workflow process that could be used as a reference model within the organization for cloud implementation. Ultimately this data is incorporated into client-facing platforms that helps risk-based decision making for investors and reshaping financial markets, "She says.


When asked how she made her career decision, Divya shares: "Coming out of my comfort zone and explore what’s new or latest in technology is the best decision made. "


More on Divya


Where you currently live: New Jersey

Favorite hobby: Reading inspirational books

Favorite part of your day: Daily walks

Favorite show to binge: Friends


Media Recommendation: I read a lot of books and tend to register motivating or inspiring aspects. I have recently read the book “My Life in Full Work Family and Our Future – by Indra Nooyi, which narrates her rise to the top. It's inspiring to see how she made some difficult choices and sometimes regret those choices that I can easily relate to. Nonetheless, she is proud that her personal sacrifices led to unprecedented strides at workplace.


Daily Diary


Monday:

6:00 AM: Wake up. Get ready.

6:40 AM – 7:30 AM: Prepare breakfast for family and drop off kids at their bus stop.

7:30 AM - 10:00 AM: I start off my work day with team standups, 1:1’s as we have a global team where I get a quick update from development team.

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM: Once a week our leadership team meetings to discuss the most important opportunities or challenges, risks for the business.

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM: Meetings with Product team to discuss on the roadmap, planning sessions.

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM: Team Leads or 1:1 meetings (internal and external).

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Daily meetings with Development Team to discuss architecture, design and find solutions to the issues/problems.

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Resource and capacity planning.

6:00 PM – 9:30 PM: Preparing and having dinner with family, catching up with them on their day, going for walks with family or friends, binge watching and winding down for the night.

9:30 PM: This is when I usually get to read.


Weekends:

7:30 AM: Wake up. Get ready.

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Prepare breakfast for the family and drop off and pick up kids to and from their extra activity classes

12:00 PM: Prepare lunch or sometimes have family gatherings or parties to attend.

6:00 PM - 9:30 PM: Dinner and hang out at home or maybe meet up with some friends. Mostly just winding down for the night.

9:30 PM: This is when I usually get to read.

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