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6 Tech Influencers Reflect on the iPhone's 10th Anniversary

by Ann-Marie Alcántara

 

Bärí A. Williams Interview | Black-American Tech Esq.

by DFCultures

 

Growth Hackers: Ask Me Anything with Bärí a. Williams

 

11 Women on Their Go-to Work Outfits During the Summer

Looks to try from a Harvard professor, Saks exec, startup-moguls, and more.

by Nikki Ogunnaike

HOW THIS HEAD OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PROBLEM-SOLVES IN HER EVERYDAY LIFE

By Christinecauthen

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The Most Powerful Women in Hip-Hop and Entertainment

StubHub’s Head of Business Operations Bari Williams Shares Her Key to Maintaining Family Life as an Executive

Curated by Antonice J

 
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2017’s Most & Least Culturally Diverse Cities

by Richie Bernardo

 

Farewell Facebook: Bärí A. Williams Joins StubHub

StubHub appoints Bärí A. Williams, Esq., as its new head of Business Operations, North America

by Nathaniel J.

 

Using Social Media to Build Your Brand

 

Habits of Powerful Women

by Jihan Thompson

Ever wonder about the daily routines of highly successful people? We talked to give heavy hitters for the inside scoop.

 

The Black Women Behind Some of Technology’s Most Influential Companies

by Sherrell Dorsey

The statistics are clear: There is a stark shortage of women in leadership roles at top technology companies in Silicon Valley and beyond. When it comes to addressing the lack of black women in managerial or senior roles within the industry, the numbers are grim.

 

The Truth About Being a Black Woman in Tech

by Amy Elisa Jackson

For the past 5 years, the diversity problem in Silicon Valley has been the hot button issue. One year after Google, Facebook, Microsoft and others started issuing “diversity reports,” the numbers are still staggeringly low. Meanwhile, Amazon and Dropbox have failed to release 2015 workforce demographics all together.

 

Paving Your Road to Silicon Valley

by Dr. Atira Charles

The tagline ‘diversity in tech’ is everywhere we turn these days. This renewed focus of increasing the representation of underrepresented groups, specifically racial minorities and women, is opening the doors for a pipeline of opportunity for black talent. However, for many, the road to Silicon Valley may be one that is full of ambiguity and fear of the unknown.