Asia, Interviews

Esra’a Alsanie – Founder at EnvaTechs and Product Manager at Mawdoo3.com

Women need more confidence, trust and support in order to grow bigger. Unfortunately, I can’t deny that sometimes the first blocker for our growth is us, the limits we build in our minds for what we can achieve, in addition to the tradition of giving men more duties in the tech field. Esra’a Alsanie is… Read More Esra’a Alsanie – Founder at EnvaTechs and Product Manager at Mawdoo3.com

Interviews, North America

Alishba Imran – Blockchain & Machine Learning Developer at The Knowledge Society

To me, technology is not just software or hardware, it’s entrepreneurship, emerging technologies and a way for us to crack humanity’s hardest problems. And to solve these harder problems, we need to think differently than we have for ages. Alishba Imran is a 16-year-old Blockchain and Machine Learning developer from The Knowledge Society, who interned at… Read More Alishba Imran – Blockchain & Machine Learning Developer at The Knowledge Society

Interviews, North America

Leemay Nassery – Senior Engineering Manager at Comcast NBCUniversal

I’ve never really felt comfortable talking about being a woman in this industry. However, I realize that is not realistic because if we really want to change the fact that women are underrepresented, we do have to talk about our experiences so we can help make change happen. Leemay Nassery is a senior engineering manager… Read More Leemay Nassery – Senior Engineering Manager at Comcast NBCUniversal

Interviews, North America

Sarah Clatterbuck – Director of Engineering YouTube at Google

One of Forbes’ Top 50 Women in Tech 2019 – Many things need to happen to change the number of women working in technology. Most of those changes are deep-seated societal, academic and industry biases. Those changes will take time. Sarah Clatterbuck joined Google in 2018. She currently leads four teams focused on Monetization beyond… Read More Sarah Clatterbuck – Director of Engineering YouTube at Google

Interviews, North America

Jumoke Dada – Technology Consultant at Signature RED and Founder of the Tech Women Network

Creating tools for women in technology – I’ve always liked being a problem solver, creating community, and making a difference in my own small way. But one day a woman asked me why I didn’t put my name on something and told me to stop hiding because I was doing great work. Her advice stuck… Read More Jumoke Dada – Technology Consultant at Signature RED and Founder of the Tech Women Network

Europe, Interviews

Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw – Serial Entrepreneur and Chief Executive at KogoPAY

Mobile Payment App Helping People – I would like to see people can pick up their phone using our App to scan and pay to Big Issues vendors, donate to charities on the street or help paying for food, drinks or hostels to homeless people. Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw has a PhD in compliance and information… Read More Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw – Serial Entrepreneur and Chief Executive at KogoPAY

Interviews, North America

Sue Wallace – Vice President Student and Career Services at CompTIA Tech Career Academy

I really think the biggest barrier to getting more women into tech is breaking down the confidence gap. Many women and young girls do not see themselves getting into tech jobs. Sue helped launch CompTIA Tech Career Academy in 2019 as a nonprofit subsidiary of Creating IT Futures Foundation. She is responsible for overseeing student… Read More Sue Wallace – Vice President Student and Career Services at CompTIA Tech Career Academy

Europe, Interviews

Karin Nijssen – Supervisor Development and Product Owner at Hoffelijk

To me the paradigm that ‘tech is not for woman’ has been shifting for a long time here in the Netherlands. The stereotype that only “geeky male nerds” would enroll into IT-orientated studies is behind us. Sure woman are underrepresented in most tech-departments, and sure the more technological savvy the job position is, the less… Read More Karin Nijssen – Supervisor Development and Product Owner at Hoffelijk

Interviews, North America

Beate Chelette – Growth Architect and Founder of The Women’s Code

Personally, I love to immerse myself in data; I understand it is the ‘heroin’ for businesses and will drive most solutions moving forward. I’ve always been a bit of tech junkie—particularly around repeatable processes and productivity. Beate Chelette is the Growth Architect® and founder of The Women’s Code®, a professional development company specialized in guiding… Read More Beate Chelette – Growth Architect and Founder of The Women’s Code

Interviews, North America

Tracey Welson-Rossman – Chief Marketing Officer at Chariot Solutions and Founder of TechGirlz

My professional journey has not been a straight line. And if you had told me at the outset that I was going to spend the largest part of my career in tech, I would have said you were crazy! Tracey Welson-Rossman is a Founding Member and Chief Marketing Officer at Chariot Solutions, a leading Philadelphia… Read More Tracey Welson-Rossman – Chief Marketing Officer at Chariot Solutions and Founder of TechGirlz

Asia, Interviews

Nayla Fahed – Co-Founder of The Lebanese Alternative Learning

Meet Nayla Fahed – Co-Founder of the Lebanese Alternative Learning, an EdTech NGO aiming to give every child access to quality education through digital. In a nutshell: What role does technology play in your everyday life? In December 2013 I co-founded the Lebanese Alternative Learning, an EdTech NGO aiming to give every child access to… Read More Nayla Fahed – Co-Founder of The Lebanese Alternative Learning