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What did Women give us? - Part 2

So as a continuation from our last post, here are some other amazing things that women gave us.

Let us begin:


Before computers (that women gave us mind you) there was the typewriter. 423 more words

Case Studies

Global Summit of Women - Building an Inclusive Economy in the Digital Age

Building an Inclusive Economy in the Digital Age

In late 2015 I received information about the Global Summit of Women (GSW) from a colleague at Capgemini. 968 more words

Sheryl Chamberlain

2 Years Later...

Welp. That flew by way too fast. Oops!

It’s really fun to see where I was two years ago beginning to learn about web development and thinking about how far I’ve come since then. 379 more words


Where are the numbers? Ex-Pinterest engineer takes matters into her own hands

Tracy Chou exposes the lack of women in tech in Silicon Valley by requesting data from the World Wide Web.

Before she was a software engineer at Pinterest, Chou had interned at Facebook and Google.  469 more words

Ada Lovelace Day and International Day of the Girl Child 2016

Women have long faced disproportionate barriers-of-entry into STEM fields. There are organizations in the western world providing support and resources, promoting women’s accomplishments, and even providing scholarships to help girls break into STEM fields, but what about less-developed areas of the world? 458 more words

Ada Lovelace


I was glad to be part of the #ZimbaSummit16 that took place from 28th to 29th September, 2016. There was a lot to learn from the entire lined up guest speakers and participants alike. 442 more words


Reasons Why I Celebrate Being an IBMer Every Day

By Kimberley Messer

Representing IBM’s Global Diversity Business Development team focused on workforce diversity and LGBT markets, Kimberley Messer had the pleasure of attending the White House LGBT Tech & Innovation Briefing on August 23rd, 2016. 398 more words

IBMers In Action