Shaherose Charania, founder of Women 2.0 shares some updates on International Women's Day.
Matt McKee, Microsoft engineer and volunteer technology teacher, talks about how he thinks about and handles gender issues in the classroom.
Sonja Gittens Ottley from Asana Shares Challenges and Successes from the Company's Journey Towards Building a Thriving Diverse Team.
Those days spent together in the kitchen had little to do with engineering the perfect cookie but everything to do with creating fond memories and shaping a young STEM Gem.
Today marks Women's Equality Day, passed by Congress in 1971 as a day to celebrate not only the passing of the 19th Amendment, but also as a day to reflect on how far women's right have come, and where they still need to go.
From a grassroots effort to a community-driven media company, now to new growth, new leadership, new business vision.
Today is exciting for so many reasons, I hope you'll let me share some of that excitement with you as Women 2.0 enters its next phase of growth.