Dell EMC World is an Absolute Gem within STEM

The following is a guest post by Sylvia Acevedo―an engineer, a rocket scientist and lifelong Girl Scout. Sylvia credits her Girl Scout experience with propelling her to success within the corporate and philanthropic sectors. Her love of Girl Scouts and its mission eventually led her to the GSUSA Board of … READ MORE

Phaedra Cucina November 4, 2016

Embracing the Power to Be More and to Do More

The following is a post from Marilyn Nguemo who recently attended the 2016 Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Summit in Cape Town, South Africa in June. At our request, she’s agreed to share her story with you. ************  In the part of the world that I come from, opting out of … READ MORE

Trisa Thompson October 31, 2016

“You’re the Girl from Instagram!”

I love Instagram and I guess you could say I am somewhat of a typical Instagrammer. Tasty dinners, glammed selfies, glasses of wine, my cute dog and the odd inspirational quote are scattered among those little squares on my account. I follow tons of fashion and beauty accounts and like … READ MORE

Joanne M October 28, 2016

Preparing the Next Generation Workforce

The students in our classrooms and lecture halls today are our next generation workforce. They’ll be the ones providing us healthcare treatment, managing our businesses and serving as our civic leaders. How can education institutions embrace new technology to prepare the next generation for this responsibility? It goes without saying … READ MORE

Jon Phillips October 24, 2016

Girls Aren’t Gamers – Dispelling the Myth

“Girls aren’t gamers.” This is a common myth that I’ve been told since my first gaming competition in 1992 where I placed 4th playing Super Mario World. Since then, I feel like gaming has been labeled with more inaccurate stereotypes than any other hobby or interest. Here we are 24 … READ MORE

Aundrea Grumbo October 17, 2016
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