In this episode, I'm talking with Napiya Nubuya — IT professional, founder, diversity advocate and all around IT girl.
References and links can be found on the website here at techqueenspod.com/episode-9
In this episode, I’m talking with Faith Chikwekwe who is currently a student studying software engineering at Make School and a teaching assistant for their computer science courses.
References and links can be found on the website here at techqueenspod.com/episode-7
In this episode, I’m talking with Ebonne Cabarrus who is currently a student at Make School. She is studying Applied Computer Science and hopes to use these skills to solve real-world problems for underrepresented demographics.
The audio turned out a little rough for this episode so I turned it into a long-form blog post instead.
You can find the full interview along with references and links at techqueenspod.com/episode-4
In this episode, I’m talking with Anisha Jain who is currently a student at Make School and an incoming software engineering intern for Lyft.
References and links can be found on the website at techqueenspod.com/episode-2
Hello and welcome to the Tech Queens podcast, a podcast focused on featuring stories and advice from women of color in tech. 👑
In this brief episode, I cover why I decided to start this podcast and what kind of topics it will be covering. 💬
I released this episode on Friday, March 8th in celebration of International Women's Day. 🎉
References and links can be found on the website at techqueenspod.com/episode-1.
If you’re interested in being on the podcast yourself, just head on over to techqueenspod.com and fill out the contact form near the bottom. It doesn’t matter where you are in your tech journey - whether you’re just starting out or you’re the CTO of a Fortune 500 company - I want to hear from
you and I want to share your story.
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