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This successful engineer says things are getting better for women in tech — and she's the living proof

Despite endless reports of sexual harassmentt and all the drama surrounding the Google memo, Merline Saintil, a powerful engineer at Intuit, says things are actually getting better for women in tech, not worse. Saintil has seen diversity initiatives at Intuit work well, she says. She just landed her first corporate board position — at a bank — and says that as more women join boards, the future will get even brighter.
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