Category: North America

Rocio van Nierop – Co-founder and Executive Director at Latinas in Tech

May 26, 2020

The best decision in my career was leaving the tech industry to focus 100% of my time to Latinas in Tech. Rocio van Nierop is

Courtney Caldwell – Cofounder & COO at ShearShare

May 21, 2020

Make sure you are eating well, sleeping well, hydrating well, moving well and socializing well. If you make sure you are doing those basic five

Sree Menon – COO at Tophatter

May 19, 2020

Preserving the core of who you truly are, while being inspired by the world around you, is the most powerful thing you can do. Sree

Rana el Kaliouby – Co-founder and CEO of Affectiva

April 22, 2020

My mission is to humanize technology, and build a world where technology understands people the way we understand one another. Rana el Kaliouby, Ph.D., is

Celeste Fralick – Senior Principal Engineer and Chief Data Scientist for McAfee

April 16, 2020

Data Scientist Celeste Fralick, one of Forbes’ Top 50 Technical Women in America: What comes to mind is the continued lack of women in technology,

Maria Klawe – President of Harvey Mudd College

March 26, 2020

I was the first female computer science professor, the first female head of a science department, then the first female vice president and then the

Annabelle Azadé – Fashion and Tech Journalist

March 24, 2020

“I think tech needs a strong sense of drive and the ability to think that any dream is possible, with still a very incentive of

Melanie Feliciano – Tech Storyteller Web Video Producer

February 26, 2020

Gender is becoming more fluid, so it’s not that we need more women in tech – we need more balance in how we decide to

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

February 18, 2020

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

Leemay Nassery – Senior Engineering Manager at Comcast NBCUniversal

February 11, 2020

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