Read the Mashable article by Elizabeth Ames in which she discusses the upcoming Women's March and the need to stand up against gender inequality.
Want to know how you can become a male ally? Slate published a list of the five best ways men can support women in technology.
In 1995, tech visionary Anita Borg issued a challenge: to create a technical workforce made up of 50 percent women by the year 2020. When Anita issued this challenge, 37% of computer scientists in the U.S. were female. But today, we're looking at a very different workforce — one that is struggling to recover from a steep drop in gender diversity over the past 20 years.
Our CXO Breakfast Meetings convene high-level executives from leading organizations in India. These meetings raise awareness of the importance of diversity, and allow attendees to share and develop best practices to drive further change within their companies.
See how Anita Borg inspired Dr. Laura Mather, winner of the 2017 ABIE Award for Technology Entrepreneurship, to likewise support women in tech.