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Women In Comms

SlideshowThe 8 Best Moments for WiC in 2016

Most Badass Woman of 2016
We've heard it time and time again: It all starts with children. If we don't advocate for the youngest among us, who will? Malala Yousafzai, that's who. While not a woman in tech, Malala is by far the most badass advocate of women's rights that we can think of. The 19-year-old Pakistani activist is the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate and a strong advocate for girls' access to education and equal rights. We can't say enough about this courageous, inspiring woman who has already made such a mark on the world. (See BT's Security Boss: Tech Has No Age.)
We've heard it time and time again: It all starts with children. If we don't advocate for the youngest among us, who will? Malala Yousafzai, that's who. While not a woman in tech, Malala is by far the most badass advocate of women's rights that we can think of. The 19-year-old Pakistani activist is the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate and a strong advocate for girls' access to education and equal rights. We can't say enough about this courageous, inspiring woman who has already made such a mark on the world. (See BT's Security Boss: Tech Has No Age.)

ErynLeavens 1/5/2017 | 3:26:03 PM
Re: Best Idea (That We Heard) in 2016 Agreed, Kelsey! Would definitely take a ton of confidence to do so. But well worth it.
Kelsey Ziser 1/4/2017 | 10:15:22 AM
Best Idea (That We Heard) in 2016 That's an excellent tip from Sandi Mays for women to stand up in meetings to fend off interuptions. It's a bold move and one that would definitely garner attention. 
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