In the spirit of Valentine's Day and with only a few months to go until Women of Silicon Valley 2020 is live, we asked our US women in tech community what they love the most about working in the industry. Here's what they had to say:
Spoiler: it's because they have a great attitude towards diversity and inclusion
Billionaire Melinda Gates is hoping to increase the number of women working in tech – starting with Chicago. A new initiative from her investment firm will spend $50 million to jumpstart the women-in-tech initiative in the Windy City and two other markets.
We are excited to announce that we have 135 confirmed speakers so far for Women of Silicon Valley 2020, with new speakers being added every week!
Attention to physical appearance and anti-ageing is often deemed a requirement for a woman to achieve career success. Now a recent report from The Washington Post reveals that men in Silicon Valley are also feeling the pressure and are getting plastic surgery in order to...
Claire Trimble, Chief Marketing Officer at Lastline, will be speaking on 'What the Future Holds for the Protection of our Data' at the Women of Silicon Valley event this May, 2020. Here she discusses her role, who inspires her, and delves into some of the topics around data...
In this Q&A, Sandra Lopez, Vice President at Intel Sports Group, shares insight on what drove her to a long career at Intel, how the way we view sports will be transformed and some of the points she'll be discussing at Women of Silicon Valley this May 2020.
It’s the start of a new year, not to mention a new decade, and with that comes an invitation to analyse your traits and habits and set goals that will help you ‘live your best life’ in the coming months.
A recent report by professional search engine findcourses.com confirms that diversity and development go hand-in-hand.