Women in Tech

Why We Need More Women in STEM and How AI Could Help Us Get There

Though specialized STEM programs for girls are a step in the right direction, we need to make a leap. Here are four actionable ideas.

10 Powerful Women in Tech Share Their Best Advice for Managing a Team

Executives from AT&T, Lockheed Martin, Honda and more share leadership insights.

Debunking Three Myths About Women in Tech

CasperLabs co-founder and CEO Medha Parlikar wants women to not be afraid to pursue careers in computer science.

STEM Gap: No State Has More Women Than Men With Tech Degrees

While more women are getting STEM degrees and jobs than ever, they still lag behind the number of men. The lack of jobs may be the biggest problem down the road.

There's a Massive Gender Gap in AI, but Tech Education Programs for Young Girls Aim to Close It

Iridescent, a tech education nonprofit, teaches women and girls about AI, tech entrepreneurship and more. So far, it's trained more than 114,000 people from 115 countries.

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Fellow Women in Tech: Where Do We Go From Here?

Google recently removed gendered pronouns from Gmail's Smart Compose feature to avoid AI bias. The sentiment was genuine, but the approach missed the mark.

How Tech Conferences Are (Finally) Injecting Gender Balance Into Their Speaker Line-ups

At tech conferences, women speakers are becoming the new normal. Now, that's refreshing, right?

3 Top Companies' Strategies for Hiring and Retaining Women in STEM

Glassdoor spoke with three top employers -- Nokia, 3M and Autodesk -- to learn how they're recruiting and interviewing diverse candidates, and ultimately, how they're creating better workplaces for women.

It's Almost 2019. Is the Glass Ceiling Finally Beginning to Crack?

Women in executive leadership positions are still vastly outnumbered, but one thing is clear: Some of the invisible barriers to success are slowly beginning to unravel.

How to Launch a Specialized Diversity and Inclusion Program (That Your Company Can Actually Follow)

Fixing the persistent problems women face goes beyond hiring efforts -- it's about constructing an environment that retains top talent, one that is all-inclusive and collaborative.

An All-Female Board Needs to Be as Unremarkable as an All-Male One

Companies with at least one female leader perform better. So, why aren't we doing more to promote women to leadership positions?

The VC World Is Still a Boys' Club -- Here's How to Change That

Women provide a unique perspective that is often missing in venture capital firms.

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