A community empowering women of all ages interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM). It exists to provide useful advice to inspire women to slay in a male shaped society, to motivate females to pursue STEM courses and pathways, and to create a community of like-minded STEMinists and tech girl bosses!
Everyone Has A Story, Every Story is Important
TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews Computer Graphics student + User Experience (UX) Designer, Zariah Cameron (@aeidesign_), as she discusses her journey thus far to becoming a UX Designer, how to rise above opinionated distractions, insight into a real user experience problem she solved, a deeper dive into social change centered around design, and how organizations can increase black representation within the design technology industry.
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Who You Were Impacts Who You Want to Be
TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews Manager of Education Success, Adoley Ammah-Tagoe, as she discusses her non-traditional journey in HR tech & supply chain operations, defines analytics & its importance, how to deal with female competition in the workplace, a methodology to solving problems, and why diversity is essential to a team's success.
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You Do You
TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews Electrical Engineer, Katie Iversen, as she discusses why she attained 3 degrees (Electrical Engineering x 2 & MBA), how to rise above being the token female, a deep dive into renewable energy, and which comes first your personal life or professional career.
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Don't Be Afraid to Reach Out
TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews Technical Support Engineer at National Instruments, Ivana Radovanovic (@ivana.rado), as she discusses her experience pursuing a Mechanical Engineering degree, how to break through education pivots, what the day in the life of an engineer is like, how her background/culture impacted her professional journey, and how to find and be an impactful mentor.
To learn more about Ivana Radovanovic check her out here:
Your Brain is Just as Big as Theirs
TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews MacBook Air Program Manager at Apple, Camara Samuel, as she discusses how she conquered a Chemical Engineering degree, the hurdles she navigates through in the male driven industry of Research & Development (R&D), her experience in product development, and why community giveback is important.
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TECHnically Female founder Jasmine Jarvis (@technicallyfemale), interviews Information Technology Consultant & pro golfer Zakiya Randall as she discusses why she pursued an Information Systems degree, pro tips for how to attack college, utilizing her experiences in sports to be successful in consulting, and how to inspire women in business, technology, and sports.
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Jasmine has a unique and powerful story through her journey in STEM as a woman and a woman of color. She is now taking her success and using it to help empower other women to succeed in STEM as well.
I love her selfless heart and perseverance.❤️ She is a power house combo!