Tag Archive: Tech

WiLab Loves: U.S. Ebola Patients Safely Discharged And Reunited With Families Thanks To Healthcare Innovation

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The Ebola outbreak stemming from West Africa has had the whole world nervous — understandably so, because the disease has a high mortality rate and, up until now, was considered to have no foreseeable… Continue reading

Meet The Women Challenging The Media And Tech Establishments

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Female journalists are launching their own media ventures that could rewrite how the industry produces and funds content. Not many journalists would leave a high-profile job at one of America’s most storied newspapers… Continue reading

Supporting The Growth Of Women In Tech – 5 Critical Steps From Angie Ruan, PayPal Retail Engineering Head

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There’s been so much bandied about today about how to support the growth of women in technology fields, and also a great deal of attention on how high-tech companies are notorious for pushing… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: Female Tech Execs Pose Without Clothes In Underwear Ad Campaign

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Underwear company Dear Kate enlisted such a group of models for its Ada Collection, named for tech pioneer Ada Lovelace, and immediately the campaign was being discussed through the lens of Silicon Valley’s… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: The 15 Celebrities Who Invested In Tech

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Tech startups are what’s hot these days. It’s always about the next big thing, and luckily for some of the biggest celebrities, they’ve been thrust right into the forefront of it all. That’s… Continue reading

What’s Wrong With “Women In Tech”

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The July edition of Elle Magazine is centered around social and digital technology. Sift through the table of contents and you will find feature stories about celebrities who are dominating social media, and of course,… Continue reading

So, That’s How Venture Capital Firms Work: VC Demystified

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As a rising senior at the University of Southern California, many of my peers are interested in joining a startup when they graduate next year. For me, I’ve always been interested in venture capital, a… Continue reading

Women In Tech: It Was Never a Dress

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Last week I wrote about Finding a Job in Tech; this week women in tech are pushing the barrier once again. By now, you are probably one of over 18 million people that… Continue reading

The Spotlight is on: TheUncommonGreen

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These days, we all seek ways to “go green” and reduce our carbon footprint. TheUncommonGreen, a contemporary product & design house based in Boston, helps keep green in style with their barware and home… Continue reading

Lessons from a Digital Nomad: What I learned from working and traveling in Chile, Turkey, and Myanmar

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In 2014, eight of my friends and I created and piloted an experiential learning program working in entrepreneurial ecosystems in Chile, Turkey, and Myanmar. Working, living, and traveling together in challenging environments tested… Continue reading