Next week, I will have the honor of visiting Penn State as a Bishoff Entrepreneur-in-Residence and participating in several of the courses they provide for students who are studying engineering entrepreneurship as a minor. It's an impressive program and these students will undoubtedly come out of it much better prepared than I was leaving college. I look forward to being a resource for them and I expect to learn a lot from the experience.
As I prepare material to present to them (some … More »
In my career to date, I've researched or worked on pretty much every topic in information technology and digital media, from online culture to data security. Sometimes it seems like I'm shifting gears from one radically different topic to another when I speak to various media sources as an expert source, but at the foundation, it all comes from a deep and broad interest in technology -- something I expect I will always find fascinating.
So in the past couple of months, I provided expertise on … More »
On my most recent trip to Washington, D.C., I had the pleasure of sitting down with some of the sharp team at the Center for Democracy and Technology. They were kind enough to invite me to participate in their weekly podcast, CDT Tech Talk, where we discussed my book in one of their segments.
Offline, we discussed where tech policy is going next and how we're not done yet with some of the key issues that keep rearing their heads like crypto. I enjoyed talking with them and hope to have the … More »
A few years ago I started participating more in events that help educate, inspire and empower women and girls in tech not just in the US but globally. I had such an amazing experience meeting and talking with women tech entrepreneurs in Moscow for the first ever Startup Women Forum, I was hooked. So from there I went on and started giving talks in the US to young women in tech, and then to young girls in STEM.
Meanwhile, I was invited to be a trainer at TechCamp Riga and mentored more young … More »
I had the privilege of joining a sharp, talented group of women talking about the gender gap in tech last month at Blurb HQ in San Francisco. The group, a combination of Bay Area women in tech, combined veterens in a wide range of organizations. Tom Foremski wrote about the topics discussed in ZDNet.
Thanks to Thomson-Reuters, Google, AirBNB, Paypal, Blurb & others for lending us these brilliant women. The audience included mostly women in tech, plus a few men who were there as champions … More »