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Interview

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6 Tips on How to Ace a Job Interview
By WITI News Staff

Whether interviewing for Apple, Microsoft, AT&T, or Google, every interview follows a similar formula. Interviews are nerve-wracking, no matter what.   Read More

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An Interview with Marielle Price
By Kristian Porter

Marielle Price is the director of construction and customer success for Fieldwire, a construction management app designed to increase productivity for supervisors, superintendents, and engineers in the field.   Read More

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An Interview with Malvis Tarney
By Julia Miglets

Malvis Tarney is a United States Army veteran, where she served in the Medical Service Corps. After leaving the armed forces, Malvis took the work ethics she adopted in the army and positioned them toward her career in tech, working at SolutionsATI.   Read More

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An Interview with iOS and Ruby Developer Neem Serra
By WITI News Staff

Neem Serra, iOS and Ruby developer, shares her journey through a career in technology.   Read More

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An Interview with Trixi Menhardt
By Julia Miglets

Women usually don't know where to start. In most cases, they don't want to go back to the job that they left behind. I've learned that the reason they quit their careers in the first place isn't so much that they had kids and needed to stay home, but because they were very disenchanted with their careers. This lack of enthusiasm is what's stopping them from starting back up again. Maybe the work environment wasn't right. Maybe the work culture wasn't a good fit for them.   Read More

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An Interview with Heather Furby
By Julia Miglets

At the 22nd annual WITI Summit, I had the pleasure of attending a session led by Heather Furby, the founder of Camp Cause and Success (CAS). At Camp CAS, Furby is the business coach, helping women to realize their full potentials as entrepreneurs in the growing tech industry. I reached out to Heather to get an inside look at how her leadership skills have been molded by her life experiences, and I got some interesting stories and perspectives.   Read More