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Women As Leaders Event

A Night for Women As Leaders 

It’s now more critically important than ever to deeply understand the actual issues facing leaders in the San Diego region, particularly those faced by STEM leaders who happen to be women.

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San Diego Startup Week: Women in Biotech

San Diego Startup Week: Women in Biotech

Athena San Diego led the discussion surrounding women in biotechnology during recent Start Up Week programming. The panel represented a diverse group of experiences and was comprised of four local women CEOs: Magda Marquet, Stephanie Hsieh, Lori Yang, and Claire Weston, with moderation by Athena Executive Director Cheryl Goodman

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Bold Women Discover Their Mojo

Design for Delight: a TSIG workshop event and Intuit's new advocate role for women

By Jacqui Busick

Kimbra Brookstein mingled with technology professionals around tables of antipasti, mini cupcakes and sangria at the Technology Special Interest Group’s event “Bold Women Discover Their Mojo” last Wednesday, June 7th. These women had a chance to unite in a social setting inside of Intuit’s café before uniting to empower each other in their careers around workshop tables.

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San Diego AMA

San Diego American Marketing Association Interview with Cheryl Goodman 

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Illumina Sisters

Rising Stars in STEM are Found in Athena

Two Sisters Light a Path to Success at Illumina

Despite the rapid growth of technology, there is still a significant disparity in gender representation when it comes to Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Over half of the US population ages 15 to 64 is female, yet only 14 percent of computer science majors are female. The discrepancy continues though studies, such as Harvard Business Review, show that having a woman on the team raises the group’s performance, collective intelligence and ultimate success.

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Your Social Guide for Social Good

Below is a simple guide for social sharing, applicable to both how you position yourself as a thought leader in your specific STEM category, and how you can support Athena.

                   

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