December 17: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 37

Another Tuesday, another of Women in Tech Weekly! I love creating these each week, seeing how unique each story is, each one is as exciting as the first! Seeing examples of these amazing women always inspires me to improve and learn more each day.

Hope it inspires you, too, and I hope to see you in the next one (make sure to check out the submission form below) ?

Featured Woman ?‍?

Roxana and coderox

Roxana is a beautiful human being who is always striving forward. She isn’t afraid to try new things, technologies or places – I mean she lives in Dubai these days! Following her journey on social media has been wonderful, she shares so many interesting insights, tips and her dedication to empowering women in tech is contagious!

Learn about Roxana’s story here!

Celebrations ??

Meghan started a YouTube channel!

I’ve been wanting to create video content for a while but I was so hesitant. I finally just took the plunge and started creating and I’m really excited about it!


Mary was featured on People of Alabama with a badass interview!

That interview gave me goosebumps, it’s incredibly inspiring and empowering! Mary, you are a fighter, thank you for sharing your story and your beautiful message with the world!




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“My dad would tell me all of the time: the two important things in life are how you treat people and how you use what you’ve accomplished to help people.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Woke up this morning feeling SO grateful to see my story’s final product in the media. Thank you for this amazing tribute @peopleofal. And what a dream team to work with @_blakehudson_ & @laurenmustgrow ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Checkout @peopleofal’s Facebook page for the full video. If you watch it, let me know what you think! ♥

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Anto has officially graduated from her Associate’s degree!

Congratulations, Anto! It’s been incredible watching your journey and I’m so excited for this incredible milestone in your life 🙂 Cheers to you!! ?

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Steph taught 300 kids how to code at Hour of Code 2019!

And even got a JSON tattoo as a result!

This is amazing Steph, thank you for doing this incredibly important work! Those 300 children will help shape the future of the tech industry one day, thank you for empowering them to do that!!




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👩🏻‍💻🧑🏽‍💻Empowered 300 kids to code this morning at Hour of Code 2019!!! Code with your kids / tiny friends at home for free 👉🏼 https://code.org/learn #CSforAll #hourofcode #hourofcode2019

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Resources ?‍?

Jennifer O and her wise words – created by Jennifer

Jennifer’s feed is filled with wise words and amazing insights. Make sure you follow this badass lady!




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Coding is talked about as the skill of the future & I do agree with this but there is also a demand for non-technical roles too! 🙌🏾 Whether it be a transfer of your acquired experience from finance into the ever-growing fintech space or your ideas of envisioning how a website should look than actually being the one to code it through UX/UI design. Non-technical roles are also in demand too! You have something that the tech world needs, don't be discouraged if learning to code isn't really something you want to do. It's really not for everyone and that's OK! Anyone in non-technical roles want to share their tips on getting into it? Whether it be UX, UI or any other role that comes to mind? ❤️ • • • • • #MyFutureIsTech #Congolaise #GirlsWhoCode #WomenInTechnology #BlackWomenInTech #LearnToCode #AfricanGirlsRock #SoftwareEngineer #BlackEngineers #BlackInTech #DiversityInTech #Steminist #BigData #MachineLearning

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How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome – created and shared by me 🙂

Imposter syndrome is incredibly common! But it’s all in your head and here is a powerful strategy on how to make it your friend 😉




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Feeling like an imposter? Guess what, that’s a good thing! And let me tell you why! Let’s start with what is imposter syndrome: it’s that feeling that you’re a fraud, that you’re not good enough, that you don’t deserve to be in the company that you’re working at or recognition for your work because you got there by luck. You can also feel inferior to people around you, that they’re way smarter and more talented than you. Comment “imposter” below this video if this is you! Download my Freebie with Affirmations for Imposter Syndrome: http://bit.ly/2OUf6aZ #imposter #imposters #impostersyndrome #impostorsyndrome #impostor #career #careeradvice #careergrowth #personalgrowth #personaldevelopment #comfortzone #outofyourcomfortzone #outsidecomfortzone #outsideofyourcomfortzone #stretching #professionalgrowth #professionaldevelopment

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Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below and if you’d like to share something for next week’s issue, here’s the submission form!! Bookmark that and add anything you’d like to share in there ?

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