With the application process for the third cohort of SheBoot now closed, co-founding partners in the program, Invest Ottawa and Capital Angel Network (CAN), have turned their attention to sifting…
Women in technology
“We have to stop thinking about equality as though it’s just the right thing to do or the nice thing to do,” said Sueling Ching. “This is what is necessary for our economy to thrive … It’s not a ‘…
Students will learn from established female tech leaders through virtual offerings that include industry talks, networking sessions and candid conversations.
Last week, I wrapped up the ICS2O - Technovation course for girls.
With the growing popularity of International Women’s Day events around Ottawa, a few local business leaders recently started asking the question, “Why just one day?”
Two Colonel By Secondary School students have teamed up with Nokia’s Ottawa outpost for a new conference aimed at showing girls that coding is not just a boy’s game.
A new report says just five per cent of Canadian technology companies have a female founder and a similar fraction have a woman as CEO, figures which suggest the industry's gender diversity is lagg
Kylie Toh, the founder and executive director of Chic Geek, discusses promoting and fostering diversity in the workplace.