Month: May 2016


Women’s Empowerment: The Path to Diversity in STEM Over 50% of working professionals, the people on Facebook, the people on Twitter, are women. Women are the highest consumers of online products, and we need more women...

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An Employee Driven Paradigm

There are many types of systems of thinking in today’s organizations, and as new generations start entering the market place, leaders need to be aware of the strategies they’ll need to succeed, especially when dealing with...

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North Carolina Finds New Enemy in LGBT War

A month ago, Bank of America – North Carolina’s largest employer – joined companies like Facebook and Paypal in condemning House Bill 2 (HB2) which is now widely known as the state’s “bathroom bill.” The bill eliminated...

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Google Proposes Female STEM Emojis

We’ve come to recognize how our unconscious biases make the effort of diversifying America’s STEM workforce so much more difficult. These biases our present everywhere, even filtering down into the ways we communicate in the...

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The Ability in Tech Summit

Exploring innovative solutions to tech inclusion for people with visible and invisible disabilities. Alex Tabony, Executive Director of the Computer Technologies Program (CTP), along with his CTP colleagues attended the Change...

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