Our latest news is just as sweet as a bowl of Halloween candy (but less likely to annoy your dentist).
Nope, Vegas isn’t all glitz and gambling! Our CEO explains why we’re so psyched to be heading to Vegas in November. [Video]
Or why those with big ambitions should be proud of modest beginnings (including Thiel Fellows).
Our new events intern meets female entrepreneurs from around the world and reflects on the power of women networking together.
And Women 2.0 CEO Shaherose Charania is there to fill us in on every detail. Here she explains the idea behind the innovative experiment.
A new short documentary fighting back against the decline in the number of young women considering studying computer science premieres tonight at Stanford.
By Ayna Agarwal & Ellora Israni (Co-Directors, she++ Women in Technology Conference)
Between 2000 and 2009, there was a 79% drop in the number of first-year undergraduate women considering computer science, even as the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Angry Birds were making technology ‘cool’ again. And so, we have been told, time and time again, we need more women in technology. But we’re not entirely convinced by the op-eds and panel discussions. The greatest technology companies of our time — Apple, Google, Facebook — have been successfully founded and run by men. And they seem to be doing a pretty good job.
Our new short documentary she++: The Documentary fights back against this thinking