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Pinnacle Director of Technical Services & Operations and OKWIT President, Brandy Semore, shares her experience with women in STEM while working in India....

Pinnacle’s director of technical services and operations, Brandy Semore, helped co-found Oklahoma Women in Technology in May of 2016. The non-profit organization’s mission is to bridge the gap between genders working in STEM fields with a specific interest in technology....

If you’re a woman wanting to grow your career in the technology sector, we have put together a list of the top women-in-tech communities for you to check out in the Chicago area....

Every year, there are a handful of really great conferences that aim to connect women who want to network, excel in their career, and be inspired by unimagined possibilities brought forth by like-minded women....

In case you hadn't heard from Forbes or the Wall Street Journal, Apple recently released its employee demographics–and women were underrepresented, to put it lightly. Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed the gender gap admirably, saying he wasn't satisfied with the not-so-surprising stats.  Unfortunately, Apple’s male-female ratios are just a representation–maybe a generous one–of the technology landscape today. Our friends at Avaya have started a social media campaign called #WomeInTech. They call it a “global call to action for women to step up in the workplace, take control of their careers, and make an impact in an industry that has a history of undervaluing women.” And, being a tech solutions company with plenty of ceiling-shattering women in our ranks, we decided to jump in with our two cents. We’re here to say that women belong in technology as much as their male peers. So why are we seeing this gap? Tech fields have never completely excluded women Let’s set...