Ehi Aimiuwu is a mom of five, computer science drop out and the founder of GeekEmpowered. Her mission is to create safe spaces for diversity and inclusion in STEM while creating new avenues for people from underserved neighborhoods while helping others utilize technology, rebuild distraught businesses while managing life.
In this episode we discussed two articles that talk about a new pay gap that is not based off of your gender, not based off of skill set, but based off of whether or not you look good. Articles mentioned: ” For women being 13 pounds overweight means losing $9000 a year salary” - The Guardian. The grooming gap what “looking the part” costs women. - inthesetimes.com please support our podcast by sharing our content, giving a one time donation through our PayPal.me/CodeBurnout or subscribe and be a supporter at patreon.com/CodeBurnout
In this episode I got the chance to interview Brandies Meva'a from CEO & Co-Founder of SourceDigital Marketing & CMO & Co-founder of vCERN Fund.
We talked about what it's like to run a business, keep track on what you want to achieve it all and at the end of everything remember that we're all human.
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We're back, in our latest episode of code burnout we talk about Black Burnout. In this episode I reference a Buzzfeed article written by Tiana Clark https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tianaclarkpoet/millennial-burnout-black-women-self-care-anxiety-depression
In this episode, we talk about confidence in the workplace, how to jump back into your routine after failure and how to approach situations when change is needed.
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In this episode we read an anonymous email and discuss what it means to not stress ourselves so much over the work we do at our jobs. We also take things to social media to talk about different things you can do to make sure you are aligned with how you're really feeling
In this episode, we get a chance to interview Khristan Yates, she talks about her career as an SQA and how she pushes forward in the tech field despite the challenges she have faced.
Learn more about Khristen at https://www.linkedin.com/in/khristanyates/
Code Burnout Episode One: Expectations vs Reality of working and dealing with life
In this episode, I get the chance to interview Shari Neal Williams as we discuss her journey in Marketing and Tech and how she was able to take a step away from her job to be a stay at home mom, take care of her health and find the career that's right for her.
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Our Intro Episode!
Ehi Aimiuwu is a mom of five, computer science drop out and the founder of GeekEmpowered. Her mission is to create safe spaces for diversity and inclusion in STEM while creating new avenues for people from underserved neighborhoods while helping others utilize technology, rebuild distraught businesses while managing life. She has worked as a software analyst for a traveling consultant agency for 4 years and worked with large enterprises and startups, practicing the Agile methodologies, facilitating workshops and coaching other consultants. She launched GeekEmpowered in June 2016 to create programs that will help launch more small businesses online and more recently launched Code Burnout to create a space to talk about mental health in the tech space.