Want to learn to code? Put down the math book. Practice those communication skills instead. Continue reading Not a ‘Math Person’? —You may be better at learning to code than you think
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By Joanna Zhong, SVP, Asian Segment Strategy Leader, Wells Fargo
It’s been nearly one year since I joined Wells Fargo as the Asian Segment Strategy Lead and the one thing I am so grateful for is having great mentorship and guidance.
As a business professional of more than 14 years, I am fortunate to have a role where I work to develop new and creative ways to reach our diverse customer-base, particularly among our Asian consumers. Continue reading How I’m Inspiring the Next Generation of Asian Leaders
By Sara Salam
In November, Monique Owens became the first Black mayor of Michigan’s Eastpointe.
Prior to her election as mayor, Owens served as a councilwoman for two years. Owens is the first African American elected to either position. Continue reading Michigan’s Eastpointe Welcomes its First Black Mayor
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In celebration of Black History Month and International Women’s Day, Qualcomm is proud to feature Fatim Mbaye, who has been extremely influential in recruiting and empowering African and African American employees. Continue reading Diversity in Tech is More Important Now Than Ever — Here’s How I’m Helping Make it More Inclusive
By Halley Bondy
Throughout her biotech engineering career, Kimberly Bryant was the only black female in the room most of the time. And as Bryant rose the ranks to become manager at companies like DuPont, Phillip Morris and Genentech, she yearned for Continue reading How Black Girls Code transformed from basement experiment to international movement