Brandy Alexander-Wimberly shares the do's and don'ts on how to become a successful social media influencer.
Stephanie Espy, author of STEM Gems, talks about several ways to interest girls in STEM at an early age.
Have you ever felt like you don't belong in tech? Feel out of place as a woman on a male-dominated team? You're not alone.
Action-items, food-for-thought and inspiration from the Women 2.0/General Assembly International Women's Day celebration.
An analysis of how men and women react to various marketing tactics.
Samantha Paxson shares stories about unleashing innovative leaders within larger organizations.
In honor of the film, which was acclaimed as one of the best films of the year, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite women in NASA, both past and present, including the trio that inspired Hidden Figures.
Suzy Ryoo, Venture Partner at Atom Factory, talks about her experiences as a female VC, and gives several pieces of advice for women, men and leaders to move the needle.
Women 2.0 sits down with author, Julia Pimsleur to discuss the upcoming Million Dollar Women Summit.
Shaherose Charania, founder of Women 2.0 shares some updates on International Women's Day.
Intel is on the right track, but still did not make any significant progress in hiring minorities last year.
The founder of the Atlanta-based organization digitalundivided and creator of the BIG Innovation Center explains how people of color can achieve economic parity via the tech industry.
Kristi Riordan, COO of the Flatiron School, discusses some of the intrinsic motivators that continue to give women pause before making the decision to launch a career in tech.
Matt McKee, Microsoft engineer and volunteer technology teacher, talks about how he thinks about and handles gender issues in the classroom.
Trisha Miller explores creative solutions for preventing harassment and assault.
Talent alone doesn’t guarantee that circumstances around you wont change. Salma Shah discusses how to build a strong personal brand.
Tracy McEvilly is a farmer turned tech entrepreneur who recently launched a fresh meal delivery service called GreenForkNY with a focus on local, organic farm to table food.
At the 5th annual MAKERS conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. I had a unique opportunity to interview the award winning filmmaker and women’s advocate, Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
WiC Hacks event hosted Feb. 25 and 26 at RIT supports young women interested in STEM fields