An Image is Worth 1000 Lives with 3D Digital Health Technology

I received a text message on November 12, 2015 that changed my perspective on healthcare entirely. It was from my mother saying that my father had been rushed to the emergency room unexpectedly and that doctors were unsure of his condition. Precious hours were spent manually taking and examining x-rays in hopes of figuring out […]

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StyleBee: “Beauty On Demand” for Silicon Valley’s Busy CEOs

Nowadays, it seems like everything is on demand. In an instant you can order an Uber or Lyft to get from point A to B, have DoorDash deliver meals to you in minutes, “easily” hookup with someone by swiping right on Tinder… you get the idea. Yet while car rides, meal deliveries and hookups seem […]

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4 Ways Women are Combating Gender Bias in Silicon Valley

A version of this post originally appeared on The Huffington Post I recently asked a close girlfriend of mine for an update on the fund raising process for her startup. She seemed a bit disappointed, mentioning that during her pitch to investors, many were hesitant to make eye contact with her. To make matter worse, […]

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FlipSlips: A 5 in 1 Footwear Solution for Women on the Go

San Francisco is a playground for tech entrepreneurs. If you have an idea, and live in San Francisco, then you might as well bring it to life in the form of an app or startup. And while dating apps, marketing automation platforms and machine learning algorithms have all made a big splash in SF, one […]

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Super Bowl 50 Ads: Expect to See a Gender Role Reversal

Ladies rejoice – watching the Super Bowl just became even more entertaining. Not only do we get to watch buff men from the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers battle it out on the playing field for hours, we can also expect to see more than a few Super Bowl 50 ads that are geared towards […]

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Is Being an “Alpha Female” The New Black?

Since when did being a single, career-driven female become cool? About one year ago, when I decided to move to San Francisco. Don’t get me wrong – San Francisco is chock-full of eligible bachelors. In fact, census data shows that there are more single men than single women under the age of 65 living in […]

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Leading IT Executive Explains the Value Women Bring to Tech Culture

Listed in “The Top 100 UK Women to Watch for 2015” by the UK Cranfield School of Management, Billingham possesses over 25 years of experience in the IT Services Industry. Yet as a female executive at a leading global IT Services company, she clearly recognizes that there is a major lack of women in the tech sector. She also understands the impact that it’s having on the industry.

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3 Factors Driving Women Entrepreneurship

What factors are encouraging women leadership? This post explains how networking, female focused VC funds and combating sexism are driving growth for women founders.

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