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At our next TechFlash Live, June 15, we'll examine the future of startup funding -- exploring creative ways people are building businesses in 2010 and beyond. Tickets here . WOMEN IN TECH John Cook on Thursday, October 29, 2009, 12:43pm PDT Events |  Issues |  TechFlash |  Women in Tech It was great to see so many people at the TechFlash: Women in Tech event last night. It was a packed house, and we learned a lot from a fantastic panel and illuminating conversations in the halls. Before things got rolling, we took some time to ask a few of the women in attendance how they got interested in technology and what ...
First in the United States, Carolyn Leighton founded WITI (Women in Technology International) in 1989 as a worldwide e-mail network for women in all technology sectors. 2009 will mark the 20th Anniversary of WITI's establishment. At the time WITI was founded, Carolyn was President of Criterion Research, a research consulting firm for the high-tech industry based in California, which she founded in 1984, as well as chair of the Core Competency Database Project at Stanford University . Due to Carolyn's leadership and vision, WITI has grown from a primarily U.S. based networking group to be the premiere brand and ...
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Top 10 Hottest Women In Tech Now! - Lifestyle News - StyleCaster
In honor of New York Internet Week 2010, we scouted the web to find smart, independent women who get hot and heavy with electronics on a daily basis. You might think that a tech girl translates to the kind of nerdy appearance better fit of the halls of engineering schools, but we're here to dispel that stereotype. In honor of New York Internet Week 2010 , we scouted the web to find smart, independent women who get hot and heavy with electronics on a daily basis and come out with some heat of their own. Check out our top 10 hottest women in tech now. Who says online isn't glam? 1. Jade Raymond Photo: ... market research, surveys and trends
Women and Technology and Myth «
“It’s become a familiar lament: Where are the women in technology? It’s intriguing to contemplate. But Cindy Padnos, founding managing director of Illuminate Ventures, a high-tech focused, early stage venture capital firm in Oakland, Calif., has moved beyond introspection. She prefers action. Ms. Padnos recently discussed the “evil-minded men” myth and why Indian immigrant entrepreneurs should be role models for women. A condensed version of the conversation follows. Q. What myths do you see surrounding women in technology? A. That they lack the right education or work experience and that they aren’t interested in tech. In ... market research, surveys and trends

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Women in Technology Donate Heavily to Democrats, Still Trail Men ...
From tweeting senators to online fund-raising, the importance of technology in politics is apparent, and women continue to make headway in both arenas. Some women, such as Carly Fiorina , former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard and a current Republican U.S. Senate candidate in California , hope their wealth and experience in technology related industries will procure a seat in Congress. Most women, however, don�t have the time or interest in running for public office. Instead, a number of them open their checkbooks to make their voices heard. According to a Center for Responsive Politics analysis of campaign ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mothers of Invention: Women in Technology
An old adage counsels, “Maternity is a matter of fact… paternity is a matter of opinion.” And indeed, when it comes to people, the evidence of who physically bears the child is visible and undeniable. With the gestation of ideas, however, lineage is less clear. The evidence for women’s role in technology has been obscured historically. Only two percent of the five hundred Nobel Prize Laureates recognized for scientific achievement are women. As recently as the early 1980s, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office records show that only 2.8 percent of patents went to women each year. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Women and Technology and Myth
a high-tech focused, early stage venture capital firm in Oakland, Calif., has moved beyond introspection. She prefers action. Ms. Padnos recently discussed the “evil-minded men” myth and why Indian immigrant entrepreneurs should be role models for women. A condensed version of the conversation follows. What myths do you see surrounding women in technology? That they lack the right education or work experience and that they aren’t interested in tech. In the 1970s, those claims were valid. Back then, women received less than 2 percent of engineering degrees. But in the last 30 or so years, there’s been a five-fold growth in the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Siteworx VP of User Experience, Giovanni Calabro, to Present at Women in ...
On Friday, June 11 at 8:00 a.m., Siteworx Vice President of User Experience, Giovanni Calabro, has been selected to serve on an interactive panel with marketing leaders from SafeNet, ScienceLogic, and DLT Solutions. The panel, co-hosted by the Women in Technology (WIT) Sales & Marketing and Technology Special Interest Groups, will focus on, The Intersection of Marketing and Technology. The event will take place at TeqCorner in McLean, Virginia. The panel of marketing leaders will address key questions challenging today’s marketing organization, regardless of vertical markets they serve, including: · What are some of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Where are the Women in Information Technology? Nancy Ramsey and ...
WITI (Women in Technology International). Zdnet.com (Dan Farber). As the Bibliography indicates, ..... Women in Technology International (WITI) www.witi. com ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Women and Minorities in Science and Technology: A Guide to ...
Ladies in the laboratory?: American and British women in science, 1800-1900: a survey of their contributions to research. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 1998. 452 p.    Includes bibliographical references.    Q141.C69 1998 Creese, Mary R. S., and Thomas M. Creese. Ladies in the laboratory II: West European women in science, 1800-1900: a survey of their contributions to research. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2004. 290 p.    Bibliography: p. 237-285.    Q141.C693 2004 Distinguished African American scientists of the 20th century. James H. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY -- WOMEN INVENTORS
As you are well aware, women historically have been under-represented in scientific and technical fields. We know that there are multiple reasons for this, one of the main ones being the cultural stereotypes and definitions of women and men, which, in the Western world, are grounded in the religious and political culture and have been institutionalized through our education and socialization over the centuries. Women have been given limited educational opportunities, have been restricted by law from many activities, and have been excluded from professional societies and publications until close to the end of last ...
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How is that to be a single working woman in technology field in ...
I received a job offer from an international company in Dubai so I am investing living in Dubai as a single woman. I know that it is an Arabic country so idea of working women in technology fields must be sort of new there. But my main questions are: 1- How is it like to live there as a single woman? 2- Is it safe enough? 3- Is it socially accepted or I will be more like deserted rare specie? 4- What are the most important challenges for working women there? P.S. I know, I asked a lot of question. But anyone who answers it will be queen of this subject, in my point of view ;) And please be honest, comparing to the surrounding ...
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