Thousands of college students attended the 43rd National Convention of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers in Phoenix.

Hispanic Engineers Honor Celebrated Latinas in Phoenix

Thousands of Hispanic engineers attended the 43rd National Convention of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers in Phoenix to pay tribute to celebrated Latinas in Phoenix.
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Diversity in Tech: Pressure Mounts on Rest of Silicon Valley as Intel, Apple Hit Gender Pay Equity Goals

Within Silicon Valley's diversity problem -- the underrepresentation of minorities and women in the technology industry -- is a larger issue that has affected women across business for a long time: the gender pay equity gap.
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Diversity in Tech: HP Praised After Appointing Aida Alvarez to Board of Directors

This week HP announced the appointment of former Small Business Administrator chief Aida Alvarez to its board of directors, a decision that has drawn much praise from diversity advocates around the country.
Dreamer's Roadmap, Latina Entrepreneur Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca

Dreamers Roadmap: An App Finding College Funding for Undocumented Students

Finding money to pay for college is a daunting task, but for undocumented Dreamers with aspirations of getting a college education, the landscape can be even more bewildering. One Dreamer, Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca, says she's working on an app for that, thanks to her own overwhelming experience with the financial side of college.
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ASU Launches Center for Gender Equity in Science & Tech to Empower Women of Color in STEM

The multifaceted problem of diversity in technology has caught the attention of companies, nonprofits, academics, and the federal government. Now Arizona State University has launched a new Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology to address the reasons why so few women and girls of color pursue or persist in technology careers.
Deldelp Medina

MARKETPLACE: Deldelp Medina and Avion Ventures Look to Launch Latinas' Technology Dreams and Change Silicon Valley

When Deldelp Medina talks about Silicon Valley, it's like she's talking about the neighborhood kids she grew up with. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Medina shares some of Silicon Valley's quirks, appreciates its strengths, but also isn't afraid to call it out on its failures, since she became acquainted with the center of the technology universe -- before anyone knew it would become that.
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MARKETPLACE: How Latina Psychologist Dr. Angélica Pérez-Litwin Became a Catalyst to Change the Face of American Business

Latinas are one of the most sought-after consumer groups in the U.S. -- and with the demographic trends underway in the U.S., especially with Latinos being discovered to be incredibly tech savvy -- that influence is only going to grow into the future.
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