Women in STEM

Building Your Authentic Brand

When colleagues hear your name, what do they think? Is your reputation – or brand – accurate, and the one you want people to recognize you by? On March 13, as part of this year’s DiscoverE Global Marathon, I’ll join a Nobel Prize winner and a world-renowned personal brand strategist to discuss how your brand […]

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Celebrating Women in Engineering and Technology

Register today for the 2017 Global Marathon – a free, virtual event focused on women in engineering and technology. The event takes place this Wednesday and Thursday, March 8 & 9, and will be a unique opportunity women (and girls) in STEM to connect, learn and be inspired by others around the world. The IBM International Foundation […]

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Populating the Pipeline for Women in STEM

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 16, 2017), a few IBM women in the Pacific Northwest hosted 200 elementary, middle and high school girls from Highline Public Schools for a private screening of the movie Hidden Figures, in partnership with Techbridge – a non-profit organization that works to inspire girls to discover a passion […]

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Who Are Today’s Hidden Figures?

Check out this great profile of three new IBM P-TECH graduates — young women who are breaking barriers to pursue their interests in STEM education and New Collar Jobs. (This video was produced by theGrio.) Rashid Ferrod Davis is the Founding Principal of IBM’s Brooklyn P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School). Related Resource: […]

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Girls Step Forward at IBM Women in STEM Panel

P-TECH Schools Packing the “New Collar Jobs” Pipeline Recently, 50 female scholars from the Norwalk Early College Academy (NECA) in Connecticut; Excelsior Academy in Newburgh, New York; and Brooklyn P-TECH participated in the first-ever IBM Women in STEM Panel at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York. The event brought together […]

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