Today's Monday Motivator is Kelley O. Williams, the CEO & Co-Founder of Paige and Paxton Elementary STEM curriculum. While working for signature companies such as American Express and JPMorgan Chase, Kelley led nationally recognized STEM pipeline programs for girls and youth of color as one of the founding team members of the New York Chapter … Continue reading Monday Motivator: Kelley O. Williams of Paige & Paxton
Last Friday I had the pleasure to step on the other side of the mic and be interviewed by the lovely Melanie Adcock for Tech Scene Chicago. Jamila Parham and I had a great time talking about the Chicago tech scene, what we do in the industry, and most importantly what we love about Chicago!
via Yesterday, Foursquare launched a major update to its iOS app. Foursquare finally listened to its users and changed the focus from WHO is around to WHAT is around. While the app is still about checking in (it has included a large check-in button front and center on the app’s home screen) it’s added bone … Continue reading Get Your Hands on the New Foursquare 6.0
Yesterday was the infamous April Fool's Day. I'm not one to partake in the festivities of the day, but there were a lot of pranks out in the tech world. Here are a few highlights: President Obama's April Fool's Day Speech I can't get enough of this kid's videos! Bye Bye YouTube You know you've … Continue reading Top Tech April Fool’s Day Pranks
As another week has gone by more tech stories have emerged. My follow-up is dedicated to women to honor the end if National Women's Month. Here are my top tech stories of the week: Is Speaking Up Becoming an Issue for Women? Last week I wrote about tech women in the workplace. Therefore, I had … Continue reading This Week’s Follow-Up: Women’s Edition