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Hey Journalists: Start Writing More Articles about the Women Working in Tech Not at the C or VP Level if You Want to Get More Women in Tech

Posted by Ali Powell on Oct 28, 2014 5:27:51 PM

There are so many blog posts and articles that I see daily on how to get more women working in tech. They are all over. Every major publication, news site, or tech blog now has a section about women. That is great. I think we should keep doing that. But, if we want to expose more women to what it is like to work in many different roles in tech then we need to expose women of all ages and all expertise to real jobs that women have in tech at all levels. A lot of these articles talk about the lack of women in tech and give advice on how to get more women there. But, the only articles I read about women working in tech are with C level or VP level people being featured on those posts.

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What I Learned from Shiza Shahid of the Malala Fund and How All of Us Have Some Malala In Us that We Need to Let Shine

Posted by Ali Powell on Sep 19, 2014 10:51:00 AM

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Topics: Women entrepreneurs, what to learn from women, womenprenurs, WomenPreneurs, spotlight women in tech, Shiza Shahid

A Call for Women in Tech to Help Change the Stigma of What it is like to work as women in tech- From the Inside of our Companies Out.

Posted by Ali Powell on Apr 8, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Women hold only one quarter of all IT jobs. I read this yesterday in a post about the importance of getting more women in tech. This article was posted in the NY Times and was titled "Technology's Man Problem." The title sparked my interest right away. Then when I checked out the other people on Twitter posting about it, I figured I should spend some time actually reading it to see if I could learn something. I  have a stream setup to get notifications anytime someone on Twitter tweets about anything to do with women in tech and my stream after this post came out looked like this.

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Jill Shingledecker, Corporate Communications Manager at Siemens on How Women Are Bringing Fresh Perspective to a Once Male Dominated Industry.

Posted by Ali Powell on Mar 24, 2014 8:30:00 AM

Jill Shingledecker is a Corporate Communications Manager at Siemens. Siemens is a huge company and it is great to see her submit her role so we can shine a light on what it is like to be a corporate communications manager at a large technology company. Here is Jill's story as what it is like to work as a woman in tech at Siemens. 

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Let's Stop Talking and Writing about the Same Things as Women in Technology. We need more innovative thinking and more new ideas for Posts on #WomeninTech!

Posted by Ali Powell on Mar 13, 2014 11:06:12 AM

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Startups Allow Women to Take on Jobs and Roles that Would Have Been Deemed "out of your league"- Spotlight on Alli Shea of TeeSpring #morewomenintech

Posted by Ali Powell on Mar 12, 2014 9:00:00 AM

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Spotlight on 2 Women in Tech- Rachel Decker and Molly Wolfberg, "The UX Sisters, " UX Researchers at HubSpot

Posted by Ali Powell on Mar 11, 2014 11:58:00 AM

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