Technically 200 Talks: Women in Tech Jenae Butler & Britney Thompson When met with questions about how to engage amidst last year’s surge in racial unrest, Jenae Butler (Google) founded Standing United Project in respons...
Vulnerability is just one of Janice Omadeke’s (CEO & Founder of The Mentor Method) many super powers. In this week’s episode of Technically 200 you’ll learn about Janice’s negotiation strategies and how she started her company The Mentor Method.
From working for large corporations and small tech startups, Marla Britt Fields (MIT Alumna and Senior Technical Program Manager, Applied Materials) has a wide range of experiences in tech.
After giving birth to her first child at 19 years old, Keelee Moseley didn’t let anything stand in her way from graduating college and pursuing her career in tech. Keelee shares her advocacy for black maternal health as well as her journey being a so...
This week on Technically 200 Talks. We have an EXCITING roundtable conversation with two VC backed women entrepreneurs.
“Don’t be intimidated if you’re the only one that looks like you in the room.” Lisa Alexander, VP of Business Development at Farragut Consulting, shares in this week’s Technically 200 Episode how she ended up working in Private Equity.
Technically 200 Talks: Women in Tech Caty Caldwell & Jessica Odeyemi Being exposed to STEM from an early age through Rube Goldberg experiments and attending Princeton University, are just a few things Caty Caldwell (Program Manager,
“Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” Jessica Odeyemi, Senior Technical Product Manager at IBM, kicks this month’s Technically 200 Series.
Season 1 Finale. Matt talks (for a while) with Nevette Bailey, a classically trained ballerina . . . single Mom . . . with a PhD in Chemistry . . . who is now a software engineer at Etsy! She shares how an unconventional path is much more of a boon tha...
Gloria Trevino has questioned herself throughout her life . . . a lot.