Join me and author Mala Kumar as we discuss her recent article posted in TechCrunch: Diversity In Tech Needs Less Buzz And More Action.
Mala is an international development/ICT4D professional, writer, technologist and artist based out of New York City. In her time with institutions including the United Nations, she has been fortunate to work, live, study and travel to 20+ countries in four continents, allowing her to contextualize her current environment with quite literally the world. Her debut novel, The Paths of Marriage, has been recognized internationally as a message of equality.
Links for viewers to put their tech skills to social good:
http://unjobs.org/themes/ict4d (paid jobs)
http://www.unv.org/what-we-do/thematic-areas/ict.html (UNV’s are often offered a stipend)
Mala ‘s novel website
Girl in STEM: FutureEngineer, Emily Liptow, STEM College Student
Virtual Incubator for Technology Companies, Founder Sramana Mitra, Women in STEM Video Series
Woman Aerospace Engineer, Natalie Panek, Woman in STEM
JJ DiGeronimo, a speaker, author, and thought-leader for Women in Tech and Girls and STEM, empowers professional women and consults with senior executives on strategies to retain and attract Women in Technology to increase thought and leadership diversity within organizations.
Check out JJ’s new award-winning book Accelerate Your Impact by downloading three free chapters.