women_in_tech

How My Non-Traditional Path Led Me to a Career in Cybersecurity

By Anne Leslie On paper, nothing predestined me for a career in cybersecurity. I graduated from business school with a dual degree in European business, spent several years working in banking, and the best part of a decade as a stay-at-home mother to my three kids before returning to work in a succession of business […]

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5 Tips to Kick-start Your Programming Career – The Frontend Route

So you’re interested in programming. Perhaps you’re considering a career change or just interested in picking up a new skill during the lockdown, but have no idea where to start? Good news, while learning to code may seem daunting at first, we’re here to help! First things first, if you’re thinking of a career change, […]

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Charity Shares Her Passion for Getting Girls Into STEM

(4  min read) The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Today, we’re catching up with Charity Wayua, Senior Research Manager at the IBM Research Lab in Kenya! […]

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Ellie Shares Her Journey to Becoming an Amazing IBMer

(4 min read) The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Today, we’re catching up with Ellie Lee, one of IBM’s youngest Master Inventors and currently a […]

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How Crystal Took a Different Path to IBM

The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Today, we’re catching up with Crystal Ramirez, Site Reliability Engineer with Watson Financial Services Solutions and an alumnus of the […]

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How IBMer Nishtha is Bringing AI Fairness to Bollywood

(2 min read) The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Today, we’re catching up with Nishtha Madaan, Research Engineer with IBM India and an AI superstar! […]

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How IBMer Benin Put the AI in HAIR

(4 min read) By Benin Saffo The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate women’s history month and #IWD2020, our incredible female IBMers are sharing their stories with you. Want to learn more about the incredible women at IBM and how you can […]

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Phaedra Shares 4 Tips to Jumpstart Your STEM Career

(4 min read) The women of IBM are doing some amazing things to change the world, so let’s celebrate them! This March to celebrate Women’s History Month and #IWD2020, we’re revisiting some of our favorite blogs from last year, by and featuring the women of IBM. Today, check out these 4 amazing tips from IBMer […]

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Making an Impact through STEM and AI Education

(7 min read) IBM’s very own Phaedra Boinodiris is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Luncheon of the United Nations Women USA, North Carolina Chapter. She will be speaking about the “Future of Work, AI Bias, and Ethics”. Additionally, Phaedra has been nominated for the “2019 Woman of Influence in STEM” award. She was […]

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Does Your Company Walk the Talk on ‘Diversity and Inclusion’?

(10 min read) By Rachel Reinitz IBM has a long history of actively supporting diversity and inclusion — from policies enacted for equal pay for equal work in 1935 to providing domestic partnership benefits over 20 years ago (being one of the first major corporations to do so) to active opposition to Texas’s anti-LGBT proposed […]

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How to Nail the Corporate to Entrepreneurship Transition (and Vice-Versa)

(8 min read) Stephanie Trunzo isn’t one to play it safe. After attending graduate school at Carnegie Mellon, she started her career developing technology at IBM. But after 13 years with the company, she took the biggest risk of her career — and the risk she is most proud of. In 2011, she left a […]

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