Another Tuesday, another Women in Tech Weekly Issue, filled as usual with amazing women doing amazing things! 🙂
Get inspired by their accomplishments and encouraged to share your own for the next issue. Hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy creating these each time, and I’m looking forward to getting your contributions for the next one! Take a look at the submission form below 🙂
Featured Woman 👩💻
Kellyn is the definition of growth mentality, from getting into tech + developing her career as well as skills to her fitness. This girl lives a very inspiring lifestyle and creates content about it. So if you enjoy being motivated by stories of badass women, you will enjoy following Kellyn’s journey!
Stephanie is hosting a Technical Lab at Tanium’s Annual User Conference!
She will talk about cyber threat detection and response + break the barriers on this topic. Super interesting and very important for everyone!
Congratulations Stephanie! This is incredible and we’re all very proud of you!!
Leah celebrated her birthday over the weekend!
Happy Birthday, Leah! May this year take you to the new heights and bring you a ton of happiness!!
Ayleen spoke at the Get Sh*t Done Summit!
Ayleen talked about overcoming “failure” – which is something we should all be reminded about every now and again. She says that: “Failure can only be determined after the story is over. So long as we’re still alive, I love to say: the story isn’t over yet…” – which is super inspiring!
Thank you for motivating us, Ayleen! And congratulations on this awesome talk!!
“The Lady Bug Podcast shares 4 unique perspectives on tech careers and code. The best part is that each developer comes from a different background which creates many viewpoints on a single subject in only one episode.”
“Nature surveyed about 6000 graduate students and created a summary of the true graduate life.”
How to be More Confident and Speak in Meetings – created and shared by me 🙂
So you are in a meeting, your turn to talk is coming and you’re freaking out. How can you regain your confidence on the spot? This technique will calm you down and make you feel more confident in any stressful situation – especially when it comes to sharing your ideas or presenting in meetings. In fact, it’s great for all public speaking!
Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below and if you’d like to share something for next week’s issue, here’s the submission form!! Bookmark that and add anything you’d like to share in there 🙂