Women in Technology

9 Oct

Ada Lovelace Day - WIT

What an interesting day it is today…

Ada Lovelace was an unlikely heroine and role model for women in technology. Born in the 1800’s she became convinced that there were better ways of doing things. They were using a punch card system and so Ada could be considered the very first computer programmer.

Do you know women in the technology field?

Do you encourage the young women in your life to develop their interest and skills in the STEM arena?

There are no limits unless they are self-imposed.

Karen Sebastian is an author, blogger, corporate trainer and gifted speaker who transparently shares the hope she has found in the darkest times of her life.  She is a seasoned entrepreneur who founded HOPEpreneurs, a consulting firm dedicated to helping women succeed personally and professionally. Karen is known as The Hope Lady because she  takes every opportunity to inspire hope by sharing her rich life experience with others – engaging them in adventurous discoveries of the beauty of hope in a dark, cloudy world.

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One Response to “Women in Technology”

  1. Jeanne Takenaka November 28, 2018 at 9:41 am #

    Karen, this is my first visit to your place. I love your focus on hope, and on women in technology. What a fun story to read about Ada Lovelace. Have a lovely rest of your week!

I would love to get your insights on this topic.

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