About

  • Innovation product manager
  • Writer, end-user focused communications and technical documentation lead
  • Compassionate disruptive technologist
  • Respected community strategist and advocate
  • Accomplished product, project, and QA manager of mulitple highly successful releases
  • Agent for human rights and antibullying
  • Married, with a beautiful wife (Leanne Waldal) and child
  • Change agent. Rodeo queen. Stargazer.
  • SAP Mentor; SAP Top Performer; Top Talent; Team Professionalism Award; MVP Innovation Award

Short work bio …

Moya Watson has been working in the software industry in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1991. Since 2001 at SAP, she has been forging innovative approaches to communication of all kinds, from standard documentation to technical documentation to collaborative experimental platforms. As head of SAP’s North America LGBT organization, she led a company-wide initiative in 2012 to create and release It Gets Better: SAP Employees with significant internal and external impact. Above all she enjoys fostering communications-related innovation that helps inspire fellow humans to be and express exactly who they are.
Outside of SAP, Moya is passionate about the potential that online organizing brings to the causes of social justice and equality. And everywhere, she is interested in particular in the vast spaces between formal messaging and raw expression. She blogs at http://moyawatson.com/.

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Contact: moya /at/ moyawatson /dot/ com

Moya Watson

photo credit: jim sugar

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Haha, I came across your blog looking up Jicama Allergies also. Just a note of interest: Jicama is a Legume so it could cause an allergic reaction in people who are allergic to Legumes like peas, peanuts, lentils, and other Legumes. My 5 year old is very allergic to all nuts and some legumes which is what led me to your page.

  2. Ms. Watson,

    I am compiling all of the e-mail addresses from the Harvey Milk Family Literacy evenings with The Jazz & Democracy Project®, and I cannot read the e-mail address you provided. Would you mind writing me an e-mail at the address above so I can keep in touch about J&D?

    Thanks–and I hope to see you on the 15th!

    “Dr. Wes”

    PS You can delete this comment since it’s more along the lines of a “Contact Us” message, as opposed to a comment on your blog!

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