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Questions to Ask to Find Out How Female-Friendly a Tech Company Is

This blog post is inspired by another blog post with a similar title, written by Katie Thomas. I enjoyed reading her list of questions, and it made me think about other questions that are also helpful to ask. 396 more words

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Do You Break the Mold?

A very important conversation was stumbled upon today. A full-stack engineer for One Login named Isis Anchalee was part of a recruiting campaign for her company. 213 more words

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Tyler Davis: SpelBots at Ten Years - Stories of Young Black Women in Technology

SpelBots pictured front: Tyler Davis, Amelia Henderson, Breoshshala Martin. Back: Dr. Williams, Jazmine Miller, Jonecia Keels, Naquasia Jones. Photo: Rich Cash, Spelman College

Reflection by SpelBots Tyler Davis… 277 more words

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Women On The Map app highlights herstory

Women On The Map—a smartphone app by the SPARK Movement and Google—alerts users whenever they are near historical locations where women played important roles.

“This project allows us to bring women—and especially women of color—to the forefront of history, where their achievements can be recognized more widely,” SPARK wrote on their website. 22 more words

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LGBT in Tech

This site is dedicated to increasing awareness about the lack of diversity in the Technology Industry. Thus far, I’ve mainly focused on women and our lack of visibility. 437 more words

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Sisters are du'ing it for themselves: How Du Telecom's Emirati women are inspiring thousands of females in UAE

Originally published in The National.

By Joe Lipscombe and Charlotte Brown

“There’s not many Emirati ladies working in the field, and I want to set an example to others.” 678 more words

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Diversity and Innovation

Some of the best minds in science and business agree that diversity leads to greater innovation.

The fact is that if you want to build teams or organizations capable of innovating, you need diversity.

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