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Intel president Renée James leaving company to pursue external CEO role

Intel president Renée James is leaving the company to pursue an outside CEO role, Intel announced Thursday.

The company said that James is committed to staying at Intel through January to assist with the transition. 487 more words


CEWiT Graduate Assistant Hired at IBM

This interview and article landed me a PR Internship with IU’s Center of Excellence for Women in Technology for the ’15-’16 school year.

CEWiT Graduate Assistant Hired at IBM… 517 more words

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The Etsy Success Story with Women in Tech

I came across this video today after reading “Cultural Ramifications of Tech Interviews.” 

The success Etsy experienced is a good example of what I’ve been writing about and advocating for in my talks and posts about creating empowering accelerated alternative pathways into technology. 141 more words

Women In Technology

Transgender rights help women's rights

Dan Savage once told a female caller that having a homophobic boyfriend meant he also was a misogynist, because the main component of homophobia is a rigid enforcement of gender norms. 553 more words


#WonderWomanWednesday: Beth Walsh

I have the privilege of being surrounded by amazing role models in my workplace; especially women who are such strong leaders in STEM fields. One whom I have had the pleasure of working with is my boss Beth Walsh, the Vice President of Consumer Insights at Haggen Inc. 1,421 more words

Career Advice

The Software Developer Wanna-be

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Where in the world is Berlin? Well, she is currently sitting in her sparsely decorated apartment in Minnesota. But she is hoping to embark on the next big adventure, taking her to sunny California to learn how to become a software developer. 956 more words



Being a woman in technology is difficult. Being black in technology is even more difficult.

But when you’re a black woman in technology, you’re presented with a unique set of obstacles and challenges that are seemingly insurmountable. 288 more words

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