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Lessons I Learned From Being A Woman In Tech In The Heart Of Silicon Valley

By: Kelli Richards While women held57 percentof all professional positions in the U.S. in 2014, they filled only 26 percent of tech jobs. Nonetheless, being a woman has never held me back — and it doesn’t have to hamper your career, either. I come from not one but two male-dominated industries:techandentertainment. As [...]
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