Girls in Tech Phoenix

The Power of Mentoring for Women (and everyone else)

Posted: 05.01.2018

  The first mentor was actually female, and no less than the Goddess Athena herself, in the guise of Mentor, a character from the tale of Odysseus. Odysseus, returning from the Trojan Wars found that his old friend Mentor had supported his son Telemachus, during his long absence. In the 1920’s,...

Lauren Witte

Q&A with Lauren Witte

Posted: 04.28.2018

  Lauren M. Witte serves as the Marketing + Communications Manager for the Arizona Technology Council, a private, not-for-profit technology trade association. Joining the Council in November 2016, Lauren oversees the organization’s event promotions, member communications, email marketing, web development, advertisements and publications, graphic design, and social media. Lauren is...

Drena Kusari

A Fireside Chat with Dreena

Posted: 04.06.2018

  In November, the Phoenix chapter of Girls in Tech hosted a fireside chat with Drena Kusari. Kusari, a Harvard Business School graduate, 2017 Young Athena award winner, and finalist for the Phoenix Business Journal 2017 Business Person of the Year award, shared her story of overcoming the devastation of...

Ashley Capps

Q&A with Ashley Capps

Posted: 04.03.2018

  Ashley Capps is a marketing communications change agent, providing strategic vision and support to internal teams for a leading B2B technology company in Phoenix. She works closely with executive and C-level teams to manage project timelines, develop product roadmaps, and interface with key stakeholders to execute market strategies for...

Brandy Lawson

Q & A with Brandy Lawson

Posted: 03.05.2018

  Brandy Lawson is the founder of FieryFX, a boutique digital agency and a Chief Online Officer for-hire. Growth-minded business owners hire Brandy to disrupt their hit-or-miss, inconsistent marketing and rescue their online reputation. Most are intimidated by digital marketing and avoid technology, so Brandy helps them execute a consistent,...

Passion Led Us Here

Girls in Tech — Phoenix Launches Female-First AI-Powered Mentoring and Social Platform

Posted: 02.28.2018

Photo credit: Ian Schneider   Carine Dieudé is the Chair of the Mentorship Committee and on the Board of Directors for Girls in Tech — Phoenix. Partner & Director of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Aficionado at Altima Business Solutions: Capital acquisition, critical path, outsourced CFO, strategic selling, and advisory board for startup, small, and medium-sized...

Global Female Leader Brings Communications Workshop to Girls in Tech Phoenix

Posted: 02.26.2018

  Elizabeth Hart is the Chief Administration Officer (CAO) at Trax Technologies. Prior to joining Trax, Elizabeth spent five years at Bloomberg LP in a variety of roles, including recruiting and HR Business Partnership in New York, Hong Kong, and Washington, DC. Elizabeth was most recently the Chief of Staff at...

How Women Mentors Make a Difference in Technology

Posted: 02.20.2018

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash   Carine Dieudé is the Chair of the Mentorship Committee and on the Board of Directors for Girls in Tech — Phoenix. Partner & Director of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Aficionado at Altima Business Solutions: Capital acquisition, critical path, outsourced CFO, strategic selling, and the advisory board for startup, small, and medium-sized...

Q & A with Rebecca Clyde

Posted: 02.14.2018

    Rebecca Clyde is the CXO of Ideas Collide and co-founder of an early stage chatbot startup, Botco.ai. With more than 20 years in digital marketing in the technology industry, she is passionate about advancing women in tech, and in 2017, co-founded the Phoenix Chapter of Girls in Tech. A...