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In Conversation with Christine Sayo Girls' Globe SRHR

In Conversation with Christine Sayo

In this conversation with Girls’ Globe, Christine Sayo talks about feeling judged by others for simply talking openly about issues related to sex.

A Smart Thing To Do: Data on Women in Higher Education & STEM

“When we talk about improving women’s lives, education is an issue that comes up over and over again as an equalizer, because when women and girls have access to an education, they can accomplish anything.” – United State of Women But do all forms of

Innovation & Partnership to Advance Global Goals in Health

It takes a little bit of innovation and creativity to use the same tools to solve a gray haired problem. Shirley Bejarano, Graduate Research Assistant at University of South Florida ,shared her thoughts on the various ways that innovation and technology have helped healthcare workers

Breaking the Silicon Ceiling – an Interview with Audrey Eschright

Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about the lack of women in the technology field. Rightfully so. In a world where technology has become the backbone of many societies, women should be involved in the creation and development of the innovations revolutionizing our security,

Why We Must “STEM” the Glass Ceiling

One of the things that I really strongly believe in is that we need to have more girls interested in math, science, and engineering. –Barack Obama, February 2013 Some of you may have read U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s Huffington Post op-ed on the ways gender equality in

We Need Inspiring Change in STEM

As Maria Mitchell so eloquently put it, “How much science needs women!” The quintessential scientist, Mitchell is renowned for her discovery of the C/1847 T1 non-periodic comet, dubbed “Miss Mitchell’s Comet” after her. Her major contributions to science are not restricted solely to the domain

Yes, Social Media Changes Lives

Social media is changing the way we live our lives today. It is influencing all aspects of our every-day life, from communicating with friends, family and colleagues across the world, to sparking global conversations with people you’ve never met. It is also changing the way

TEDxWomen: Invented Here

On December 6th, I had the pleasure of attending the 2013 TEDxCentennialParkWomen in Atlanta, Georgia. The 2013 TEDWomen main event was held December 4th-6th in San Francisco. Throughout December, over 200 TEDxWomen independently organized events will be held around the world. What is TEDx? TEDx was established with

Mobile Technology: The Future of International Development

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the World Wide Web. Over the past twenty years, internet technology has grown exponentially. In fact, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) predicts that by 2015, 50 percent of the world will have access to the internet. Today, internet technology

Get Water! A Mobile Game that Advocates for Change

Water. It is the essence of life on Earth. Humans can only survive three to five days without it and unfortunately, in many parts of the world, accessing enough water is a daily struggle. Nearly one billion people around the globe lack access to water,

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