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How PayPal Uses Technology to Build a More Inclusive Platform

Inc’s Kevin Ryan covers Neha Utkur and Aarti Ashok’s [software engineering manager and senior manager at PayPal], session at vGHC 21. Software managers at PayPal explain how you can create a more inclusive platform. Read the full article here.

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AnitaB.org NAMES ADP, The New York Times Company, and Dev Technology Group as 2021 Top Companies for Women Technologists

Market Watch recognizes the AnitaB.org Top Companies for Women Technologists Program. They dive into the report and recognize winners for 2021. Read the full article.

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AnitaB.org NAMES ADP, The New York Times Company, and Dev Technology Group as 2021 Top Companies for Women Technologists

Another great article about AnitaB.org and the  2021 Top Companies for Women Technologists, the only benchmarking program of its kind that specifically evaluates the technical workforce and awards companies that are making the most progress toward intersectional gender equity. The article recognizes the 2021 winners and dives into report details.

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AnitaB.org Names ADP the 2021 Top Large Company for Women Technologists

Yahoo Finance talks about the Top Companies for Women Technologists program, created by AnitaB.org, and the recognition ADP received for its continued commitment to creating a workplace where women can thrive. Read the full article.

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15 of the Top Companies for Women Working in Tech

Top Companies for Women Technologists is a national program from AnitaB.org that identifies key trends around the equity of women technologists in the workforce.  It’s the only benchmarking program that specifically evaluates the technical workforce and awards companies that are making the most progress​ toward intersectional gender equity.​ With the shifts due to the pandemic,…

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Intuit Partners with AnitaB.org for Tech Immersion Program

ZDNet talks about how AnitaB.org and Intuit partnered to launch a six-month software development apprenticeship program to increase the representation of historically excluded individuals in tech. Eleven women made up the first cohort. Read the full article here. 

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