Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg – there are so many male leaders in tech. But what about Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Susan Wojcicki, Sheryl Sandberg and the decades of further women technologists? Continue reading We Need More Women in Technology. Period.
Get ready to swoon. Berkley, a Penguin Random House imprint, is rereleasing three Stacey Abrams romantic suspense novels that have been out of print for many years. Originally published under the pen name Selena Montgomery, Rules of Engagement, The Art of Desire, and Power of Persuasion will be out in hardcover and audio in 2022. Continue reading Stacey Abrams is Re-Releasing Three of Her Romance Novels
After her mother-in-law had difficulty signing up for a Covid-19 vaccine, a Massachusetts woman created a website to make it easier for her — and she made it easier for everyone.
by Danielle Ferguson, Ed.D., Researcher, American Institute for Research (AIR)
Dr. Danielle Ferguson, now a researcher at the American Institutes for Research (AIR), focused her dissertation on African American Women in STEM: Uncovering stories of persistence and resilience through an examination of social and cultural capital.
By Amanda Zrebiec
On most days, the corner conference room in Building 26 on the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory’s Laurel, Maryland, campus is indistinguishable from the many quiet work spaces that surround it. But on a gray afternoon in mid-February, the voices, laughter and energy bounding from its occupants differentiate it from the rest.
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
From a city’s youngest elected mayor to a country’s first billionaire, these Asian women don’t see obstacles—only opportunities Continue reading Shattering the Status Quo
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