Tag Archive: Megan Smith

  1. Code Camp
    by Jordan Hunter

    What Would YOU Pitch to Investors?

    We asked four female programmers who attended Square’s Code Camp what innovative ideas they would pitch to investors and how Code Camp is helping them in their careers.  

  2. Girl on Mobile Smart Phone
    by Jordan Hunter

    Getting Girls To Code: How Google Plans on Rectifying The Gender Gap

    Google just released their workforce demographics, which revealed only 30 percent of their employees were women. Now the tech giant has a new $50 million initiative to close the gender gap.

  3. article_lv
    by Jessica Schimm

    Fast Forward to Nov. 14 &15: Welcome to Women 2.0 Conference Las Vegas 2013

    Women 2.0 is offering up to a $360 conference discount, exclusively for those that become members of the W2 community before this Sunday August 4th! Still not sure? Read on to learn about five experiences to look forward to at the Women 2.0 Conference 2013 – Las Vegas.

  4. women_techmakers-95
    by Angie Chang

    Watch The Women Techmakers Panel At Google I/O 2012 (Video)

    “Get out of the mode of what you do day-to-day and what is important today, and get a new perspective.”

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    In the days leading up to the Google developer confeerence – Google I/O 2012 – a Women Techmakers event at Google’s San Francisco office was the hottest ticket in town.

    Women building products at Google sat on the panel moderated by Megan Smith (VP, Google), who kicked off the panel by citing Alice Walker – “we are the ones we’ve been waiting for”. She encouraged the audience to take ownership of projects to reap benefits for both your company and your career. She moderates a thoughtful discussion on women in technology today.