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Black Women in Tech

Microsoft Sr. Program Manager April Speight

“Once you've identified your gaps, start working towards improving in those areas. That could mean spending time learning a new concept/technology OR just improving your knowledge in an area in which you may be weak.“

Tech entrepreneur Lola Ojabowale

“I’ve been inspired by a lot of the tactics in Tim Ferris’s The 4-hour work week, and Jason Fried's It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Work. I try to be selective on what I spend my energy on in addition to committing to a few activities that I complete every day. “


Medical Lab Technologist Melissa Gardiner

“Women are capable of bringing fresh, innovative ideas, new perspectives and methodologies that could immensely benefit everyone.”

IT Manager Ceray Fanta

IT Manager Ceray Fanta

“Always remember even if you do not see anyone who looks like you along your journey into tech, you still belong there and just keep going. You can do it!”

Epidemiology Professional Rahmeka Cox

“I desire to leave a legacy with emphasis on a personal, yet informative, subject matter (kidney disease) that often goes unnoticed. “