I was recently interviewed for Canvas conference, an award-winning, annual product management community event, about my views on the importance of equity of opportunity, intersectionality, advice to underrepresented entry level talent starting out in tech, and what I love about being a Product Manager. Most statistics about women in technology are bleak – for example, TrustRadius found that 72% of women within the tech space felt outnumbered … Continue reading How Can We Create a More Diverse Workforce in Product?
We speak a lot about artificial intelligence (AI), and the implications that it has for our society. What we speak about less is the dangers of the fact that AI is predominantly created by a limited demographic, and that this has significant implications for its behaviour. Things need to change, and fast; how can organisations and government collaborate to achieve this urgent and important goal? … Continue reading AI Isn’t Intelligent Until It’s Diverse
Being on a year abroad is an unique opportunity to expand your worldview and experience a completely new life! However, if you’re interested in getting a penultimate year summer internship, there are also several inevitable difficulties. Read ahead on what the most common 6 issues are, and how to solve them! Lack of local opportunities – Get your prep work done. It’ll depend on where … Continue reading Year Abroad Student? 6 Quick Fixes for Your Internship Applications
For an internship or grad job, your CV ideally should fit on one single side of A4. Generally, this information is met with disbelief. “What?! I’ve done way more things than that! How am I meant to make it fit?” Believe it or not, this is possible! Whilst online templates give some structure to your CV, often, they include information which is unnecessary or irrelevant … Continue reading The Top 10 Things Holding Back Your CV