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An Interview with Malvis Tarney
By Julia Miglets

Malvis Tarney is a United States Army veteran, where she served in the Medical Service Corps. After leaving the armed forces, Malvis took the work ethics she adopted in the army and positioned them toward her career in tech, working at SolutionsATI.   Read More

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Sophie Knowles: PDF Pro
By Julia Miglets

Last month, I had the opportunity to sit down with Sophie Knowles. She told me all about her company (PDF Pro), her career in tech, and her experience starting a business.   Read More

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What to Expect at the 23rd Annual Women in Technology Summit
By Julia Miglets

With the 23rd annual Summit fast approaching, we'd like to give our readers an overview of what to expect.   Read More

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Female Firsts: Betty Holberton and the ENIAC
By Julia Miglets

The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC) was the first computer known to man. Its groundbreaking technology emerged in 1946 and aided humankind by solving complex numerical problems all on its own. Had it not been for this revolutionary new piece of technology, the United States may very well have never seen victory in World War II. The most amazing part about this computer? Its foundation.   Read More

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Judge Vaino Hassan Spencer - Professional Trailblazer with Class
By Julia Miglets

Judge Vaino Hassan Spencer, the first black woman appointed to a judgeship in the state of California, passed away on October 25, 2016. Along with her judgeship, she worked as a women and minorities activist.   Read More

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Female Firsts: Valentina Tereshkova
By Julia Miglets

When a person recognizes their inner passion and creativity, ingenious innovation strikes like a match: the first time electricity was used, the first time someone won the Nobel Peace Prize, the first American college.   Read More