I’m always curious about the day to day routines of impressive people. So when I met Jessica Metzger – 17 year-old STEM rockstar (pun intended, keep reading and you’ll see what I mean) – I knew immediately that I wanted to do a day-in-the life post about her. So, without further ado, here it is!
Support female founders, check. Socially responsible, vegan & toxic-free, check. Wonderful products that will delight your Valentine, check, check, and check! Called the‘Green Sephora’ by Forbes, the LOVE GOODLY subscription box and online store are highly curated and only contain products that meet their very high standards (take a peek at the ‘banned ingredients’ section
If your life depended on finding an AngularJS guru, you’d be sweating a bit. As any recruiter will tell you, they’re not easy to find. If your life depended on finding a woman that was an AngularJS guru you’d be sweating a lot. And if it depended on finding a woman AngularJS guru who also
I have my 15” MacBook with me constantly and I long for bags that can handle it and my other standard items (notebook, wallet, sunglasses, yada yada yada) and still look great. So I recently set out on a long overdue search. My requirements were… The bag has to be large enough to handle a
By day Brittney Kernan is a front-end developer at Big Spaceship (one of Ad Age’s 2015 Agencies to Watch), but by night she’s off to DJ at NYC hotspots like Belle Reve and Macao Trading Company. So naturally I was delighted when she was kind enough to share 5 tracks she is loving now. Enjoy!
Honey + Cinnamon + Greek Yogurt = Delish! A tasty and crazy easy way to eat a healthy breakfast (something I’m constantly struggling with, despite it being on practically every ‘habits of highly successful people’ list). You’ll need Greek Yogurt (I use FAGE 0%) Honey Cinnamon Fruit – whatever you have around Something for crunch
Few things are more delightful than sitting down with a pile of fashion magazines. When enjoying the March 2016 issues I thought I would create a post that outlined how the magazines fared when it came to presenting women working in STEM. I just got through them (I’m a bit behind, I know) and here’s what
IT Girl is thrilled to have Hala Al-Adwan, VP of Engineering at EdgeCast, tell us about 3 things she’s loving now. 1. Los Angeles “Other places love to hate L.A., [but] L.A. still manages to have room and love for all” What is it: America’s second largest city Why Hala loves it: “Anyone who knows me knows
The shortage of STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) talent in the U.S., particularly among women, is well established. In February 2012 the President’s Council of Science and Technology Advisors reported that the country faces a shortfall of approximately 1 million STEM professionals over the next ten years. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that
I have a dream. It’s a modest dream, but a dream nonetheless. I dream of one day carrying my 15” MacBook in a bag I find; a) fabulous, b) comfortable and c) capable of holding all the necessary accoutrements. My dream began years ago when I moved to NYC and sought a daily driver for