Women

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Interviews That Inspire: People Are Not Plug & Play . . .
By Marian Cook

I am doing research for a stealth-mode startup. This product is one I have needed at multiple companies in the past and have not been able to find.   Read More

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Why Your Company Should Partner with WITI
By Kara M. Zone

In 2019, the number of women's groups . . . in the year of #metoo movements, and a 100 women firsts (USA Today) in politics, women supporting one another and having male advocates can help.   Read More

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Go for It: Lessons from One Woman's Journey in IT
By Natasha Pittman

With a passion for learning and a commitment to her career, Natasha Pittman's work in IT provides a path for others to follow.   Read More

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Coding the Future by Digging up the Past: How Unearthing Truths Set New Pop-Culture Standards
By Kara M. Zone

If you look around at new pop culture standards, there is a specific theme when it comes to women of the past. Their successes were hidden. It may have been by men, it may have been by corporations.   Read More

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Tech Ed for Women Architects: Advice and Support from the Field
By Anna Johansson

Despite efforts over recent years to improve recruitment and retention, women remain a minority in architecture, as is the case in most STEAM careers, but one of the most powerful tools in changing that imbalance is leadership by women already in the field.   Read More

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A Time to Make History
By Brooke Lazar

Women made history on Tuesday, November 6.   Read More