We need to move from regret to action with actual strategies that will increase the participation of underrepresented women of color in tech today. Now are three.
Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, we had PacMan everything. My father, who had a career in IT long before the industry boom, directed as a tech reinforce laboratory director for a video game company and developed an arcade organization in our dwelling. Back when no one had computers, we had five. My dad taught my brother and me, together with other minority boys in our community, how to work them, how to build them, and how to think technically from a young age. My mother likewise had a long career at a engineering companionship. Naturally, I grew up believing that a career in technology was normal and expected.
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