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41 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Vianey Garcia-Osorio & Marla Britt Fields
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in STEM Dr. Joanelle Bailey & Dr. Nevette Bailey Being a mom has made me a better manager. In our final episode of our season featuring #MomsInSTEM. Friends, Marla (Senior Program Manager, NOVA Instruments) & Vianey (Senior Program Manager, WISK Aero) met during their time at Applied Materials through a Woman’s Working Group. Tune in to hear how they have supported each other in work and in motherhood.
41 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Joanelle Bailey & Nevette Bailey
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in STEM Dr. Joanelle Bailey & Dr. Nevette Bailey Fact: You can do anything you set your mind to. From a civil engineer to paramedic then surgeon OR a professional ballerina to Ph.D. in Chemistry then a software engineer. Dr. Joanelle Bailey, M.D. (Surgical Critical Care/Acute Care Surgery Fellow, University of Pennsylvania) and Dr. Nevette Bailey, Ph.D. (Software Engineer, Etsy) are two twin badass Moms in STEM. In this week’s episode they talk about EVERYTHING from – Navigating pregnancy during a pandemic, being a front line worker, online dating and even systemic racism. (FYI: Check out our Interview with Nevette during Season 1)
45 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: LaKeisha Batts & Lori Banks
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in STEM LaKeisha Batts, PhD & Lori Banks, PhD Five months pregnant and defending her thesis. Hear about this incredible story in this week’s Technically 200 episode featuring Dr. LaKeisha Batts (CEO, Science Unlimited) and Dr. Lori Banks (Assistant Professor of Biology, Bates College). Dr. Batts & Dr. Banks talk about navigating motherhood while pursuing their PhDs. They share their thoughts on how academia can change to support more mothers pursuing higher degrees. Drop a comment below on how you think academic institutions can support working parents.
45 minutes | May 28, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Airiel Bouie & Alexis Hall
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in Medicine Airiel Bouie & Alexis Hall Embracing Motherhood and studying Medicine. That’s what Moms Airiel Bouie and Alexis Hall, both medical students University of Illinois at Chicago. They’re not only creating a better future for themselves and their families, but they’re also preparing to make a difference in the lives of their patients. In this episode, Airiel and Alexis take a dive deep into black maternal health, the importance of patient advocacy and share what it’s like to be a new Mom in medical school.
49 minutes | May 20, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Michelle Tovar-Mora & Fernanda Sulantay
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in STEM Michelle Tovar-Mora & Fernanda Sulantay How can more companies support Moms in STEM? Both Michelle (Mechanical Engineer, @galvanizestem) and Fernanda (Chemical Engineering PhD student at Yale University, @fernandasulantay) get REAL about how companies in STEM can make workplace environments more inclusive for Moms. From providing childcare, flex work hours and promoting a breastfeeding friendly environment are just a few topics Michelle and Fernanda discuss in this week’s episode of Technically 200.
41 minutes | May 12, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Carmen Broomes & Carmen Johnson
Technically 200 Talks: Moms in STEM Carmen Broomes & Carmen Johnson “I have to start being ok with not being able to be everything to everybody.” – Carmen J. (WP Engine) For Season 3, we’re featuring Moms in STEM. In our very first episode, we’re talking to the Carmens – Carmen J (WP Engine) and Carmen B (Handshake). Yup, two friends who share the same name and have helped each other navigate being a Black Mom in Tech…during a pandemic. They drop some major truths about balancing a career, being a mom and learning when to say “No” – to both your kids and in your career. Listen to the episode now in the link below!
45 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Technically 200 Talks: Jenae Butler & Britney Thompson
Technically 200 Talks: Women in Tech Jenae Butler & Britney Thompson When met with questions about how to engage amidst last year’s surge in racial unrest, Jenae Butler (Google) founded Standing United Project in response to George Floyd’s murder. The Standing United Project is a resource hub designed to help educate and activate change agents in the fight for equity. You can hear about The Standing United Project, as well as how impactful Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) have been for Jenae and Britney Thompson (Microsoft) in this week’s Technically 200 episode. Their experiences in their respective ERGs the Black Googler Network (BGN) and Blacks At Microsoft (BAM). Bonus: If you’re looking to update your next Work From Home music playlist, Jenae & Britney share what they’re listening to on repeat.
43 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
S2: E5 Janice Omadeke
S2: E5 Janice Omadeke Vulnerability is just one of Janice Omadeke’s (CEO & Founder of The Mentor Method) many super powers. In this week’s episode of Technically 200 you’ll learn about Janice’s negotiation strategies and how she started her company The Mentor Method. And while you’re at it, check out her Ted Talk about Mentorship & Workplace Equity.
43 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
S2: E4 Marla Britt Fields
S2: E4 Marla Britt Fields Marla Britt Fields From working for large corporations and small tech startups, Marla Britt Fields (MIT Alumna and Senior Technical Program Manager, Applied Materials) has a wide range of experiences in tech. Tune in as Marla shares about #BlackMomMagic and what it takes to be a good manager in this week’s episode of Technically 200.
29 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
S2:E3 Keelee Moseley
S2:E3 Keelee Moseley Keelee Moseley After giving birth to her first child at 19 years old, Keelee Moseley didn’t let anything stand in her way from graduating college and pursuing her career in tech. Keelee shares her advocacy for black maternal health as well as her journey being a software engineer at NASA to a Senior IT Lead at Merck in this week’s Technically 200 episode.
25 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
Episode 4 – Gloria Trevino
Episode 4 Gloria Trevino Gloria Trevino has questioned herself throughout her life . . . a lot. She didn’t grow up around computers, and there are no engineers in her family. In fact, if you heard her story, you wouldn’t expect to see her where she is today. In this week’s episode, Gloria shares deeply personal experiences about her roots and how she defied incredible odds to become a Software Engineer at Dell Technologies. [TW: violent imagery]
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