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Power to Soar: My Time at Women in Tech Breakfast

Fuel Your Passion Let’s set the stage: It was Friday, September 28th and I was freezing due to wearing too little clothing yet again. The venue, Evolve Her, looks like something out of a casual TED Talk lobby. There were chairs,…

15 Quotes From Women in Tech That Will Inspire You

Photograph by Stuart Isett/Fortune Most Powerful Women Tech and STEM fields are historically male-dominated, but women have been involved from the beginning. From Victorian computer visionary Ada Lovelace to Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, women in technology show girls that their contributions…

Sistahs doing it for themselves

stocksnap.io Matheus Ferrero Sistahs Doing it for Themselves Amazing women who inspire and motivate me to keep achieving I recently had a birthday that left me with that panicky time-is-running-out feeling. Though it didn’t end in a zero, it still gave…

4 Meetups That Helped Me Grow as A Woman of Color in Tech

Attending various tech Meetups over the years has been pivotal to my growth as a technologist I took a leap and left my full-time job as an email marketer, to work to pursue software engineering! This summer I kicked off…

Why It’s Time To Start Your Own Mastermind Group

About a year ago, I received an email from a woman I had recently met over the phone. Her name was Jaime Bott, and she was a talent partner at a top venture capital firm, Sequoia Capital. We had been…

15 Amazing Women Who Have Broken Glass Ceilings in Tech

Image: J. Brew on Flickr Many people point out that despite substantial progress concerning gender equality, the tech sector is still a male-dominated industry. Regardless of that fact, women throughout history have boldly shattered glass ceilings with actions that forever changed…

Want to Empower Girls in Tech? Empower their Mothers Too

Make-HER, Sunnyvale Public Library First Tuesdays are a special time at the Sunnyvale Public Library. Girls ages 8–12 line up with their mothers (or other significant female) at 6:30 PM for a Making program. Youth services librarian, Nancy Andrus, was inspired…