From Around the Web: Hidden Figures Inspires New State Department Program

Photo via 20th Century Fox, Hidden Figures   Since the release of the 2016 film, Hidden Figures, awareness of women in STEM has been on the rise. Based on a true story, it details the lives of three African-American females who were part of NASA’s human “computers” team in the… Read More

From Around the Web: Women Leading Tech

Like it or not, leadership positions in the technology industry have traditionally been dominated by men. In order for companies to start integrating more women into leadership roles and opening broader opportunities for women, companies must integrate a… Read More

From Around the Web: Women in Manufacturing Making an Impact

The Manufacturing Institute, Deloitte, and APICS released a study highlighting the impact that women are making as they enter into the manufacturing sector of the workforce. The study surveyed 600 women in the manufacturing industry, as well as 20 interviews from manufacturing executives, to provide insights on how to effectively attract, recruit and retain talented women in the manufacturing… Read More

From Around the Web: Emerging Technology is Empowering the Professional Lives of Women

Jabil Joules is committed to encouraging networking and fostering the discussion regarding gender diversity, in order to increase the number of women in leadership roles. With new technology constantly emerging and enhancing, the resources needed for women to empower their professional careers are becoming increasingly accessible. An article published in the Harvard Business Review addresses how… Read More

From Around the Web: Why There Are Still Few Women Leaders in Tech

Diversity of talent and gender equality in the workplace is something many of today’s companies aim to achieve. Over the years, progressive fields like technology have established broader career opportunities which have opened the doors for female employees… Read More