Women in Tech

What I Learned from Shiza Shahid of the Malala Fund and How All of Us Have Some Malala In Us that We Need to Let Shine

Posted by Ali Powell on Sep 19, 2014 10:51:00 AM

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Topics: Women entrepreneurs, what to learn from women, womenprenurs, WomenPreneurs, spotlight women in tech, Shiza Shahid

2 Reasons Why I am Not Intimidated by Men as a Woman Working in Tech #LikeaGirl #MoreWomeninTech

Posted by Ali Powell on Jul 3, 2014 11:22:00 AM

There are lots of articles by women and men talking about what it takes to get more women into tech and keep more women in tech. One of the ideas that I read about today was around making the tech space and startup space less intimidating to women. I wonder how many women feel intimidated by the tech space because of how many men are there? 

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, Women in startups, Women in business, #morewomenintech, more women in tech, expose more women to tech jobs, more women in sales, women in the workplace, run like a girl, #likeagirl

A True WomenPreneur, Tory Burch Opens Up about Lessons Learned in Scaling a Successful Company

Posted by Ali Powell on Jun 17, 2014 11:53:11 AM

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, womenprenurs, WomenPreneurs, @BOSWomenPreneur, women in sales, women in technology, womenintech, more women in sales, women in the workplace, Tory Burch

The Confidence Gap for Women Working in Tech: What We Know and 8 Steps to Close the Gap

Posted by Ali Powell on Apr 22, 2014 9:42:57 AM

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Topics: Women entrepreneurs, womenprenurs, Women in startups, WomenPreneurs, Women in Tech, women in sales, women in technology, womenintech, more women in tech, confidence gap for women

What I Learned from a Woman Board Member: Lessons learned from a women board member over her career -What she wish she knew then

Posted by Ali Powell on Feb 12, 2014 5:37:00 PM

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, womenprenurs, Women in business, WomenPreneurs, Women2.0, women founders, women in sales, Women in Tech Events, women on boards, what i wish i knew now that i would know then, women board members

What You Have Learned From the Women Around You...

Posted by Alison Powell on Mar 8, 2011 9:08:00 AM

Say Yes!

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, what you have learned from women, what to learn from women

5 Ways for Women to Own the Job Search Coming Out of College

Posted by Alison Powell on Feb 24, 2011 8:50:00 AM

Women entrepreneurs finding a job after collegeThe Ad Club of Boston put on a Twitter chat last night geared specifically towards women and the process in getting a job after college. Each Wednesday night from 7-8 PM EST The Ad Club is hosting the Twitter chat to help recognize women in business.

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Topics: Women entrepreneurs, Women in business, how to get a job after college, how to own your job search after college

Sit at the Table: How to Take Charge of Your Career

Posted by Ali Powell on Jan 24, 2011 8:05:00 PM

WomenPreneurs Raise Your Hand Inspired by Sheryl Sandberg's Ted Talk-  this conversation is about how to take charge of your career and your life. 

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, WomenPreneurs, Sit at the Table, Take Control of Your Career, Career Control

3 Rules to Live by as a Woman in Business

Posted by Ali Powell on Jan 4, 2011 9:38:00 AM

Sheryl Sandberg, COO of FaceBook just gave a TED talk about women in the workplace and how we can get more women in upper management positions. She delved into what our problems are and how can we fix these problems to even out the number. We need to start now.

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Topics: women startups, Women entrepreneurs, Women in startups, women entrepreneurs in boston, boston women startups, Sheryl Sanberg, Women in business

What is Your Mission Statement for 2011? Think Golden Gate Bridge of Goals.

Posted by Ali Powell on Dec 28, 2010 10:44:00 AM

The week before the new year brings a lot of feelings, emotions and ideas. What lies ahead this year? What did I do this year that was stupid? What did I do this year that was great? You look back and think about your accomplishments and your downfalls. What have you learned? What can you do better this upcoming year? Mission statement for womenpreneurs

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Topics: Startups, Women entrepreneurs, boston startups, women entrepreneurs boston, startup resolutions, 2011 startup goals, new years resolutions startups

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