If my life has taught me one thing so far, it is that I have a passion for uplifting the black community—specifically black girls and women.
On Tuesday, April 30, The National Coalition of Negro Women launced, #GIRLTECH, a conversation with professionals who may not have started in the technology field but found their passion has led them to companies or organizations where technology plays an important role.
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Women veterans invited to get job-ready with YWCA Chicago and Dr. Makeba C. Butler.
Friday, April 13th is DigiGirlz Day! Microsoft will offer a free day of STEM training and college career preparation at various locations in the United States and abroad. Students will get an inside look at work life at Microsoft, gain exposure to careers in business and technology, as well as have the opportunity to interact with…
#BlackGirlMagic is trending—on social media and in real life.
I wasn’t sure what to expect at my first Fear Paradox. But any and all anxiety went away when I met a really nice lady on the elevator ride to the 19th floor of Merchandise Mart. She introduced herself as just, “Lola.” But I soon found out that she was “THE Lola P. Wright,” Spiritual…
WiSTEM Founder Feature: Christina Marshall-Valdez Founder of ELU is currently a front-runner for the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest!