Women

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Assessing Rigor and Measuring Results in STEM Education
By Sandy Marshall

Countless studies have shown that women and girls are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).   Read More

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How Women Can Be More Assertive in the Workplace
By Anna Johansson

Most people are raised to understand the safety and protection that stems from avoiding unnecessary conflict. And while there's something to be said for not being combative and aggressive, too much conflict avoidance can actually lead people to be less assertive than they should.   Read More

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Hear Us Roar: Unapologetic Women Leading in Corporate America
By Kara M. Zone

Elizabeth connects research and anecdotes, which allow for a reader to understand how she became unapologetic through life lessons and studies to back her up.   Read More

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How More Female Leaders Will Fix the Technology Skills Gap
By Sunny Ackerman

The rise of women in leadership positions will be gradual, but it can improve. However, it's vital that we start now or else an already embarrassing statistic will get worse at a time when we need more workers.   Read More

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Am I Still Authentic If I Dye My Hair?
By Ciara Gogan

Often, we are afraid to show up as ourselves; we fear being judged, criticized, and ridiculed.   Read More

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To Attract More Women to Tech, Focus on Multiple Skills
By Anna Johansson

One of the best strategies we have is to expose women to the diversity of skills and career paths available in tech.   Read More