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Technology, Marketing and Mentorship at DWEN 2014: Highlights from Cheryl Cook, Dell VP

By Yasmin Ranade
In a roundtable interview with WhatsYourTech.ca and other Canadian media at Dell’s Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) conference held in Austin Texas from June 1 – 3, Cheryl Cook,Vice President, Global Channels and Alliances at Dell, answered a variety of questions about her role at Dell, women in technology and mentorship.

Wired Woman Society Mentorship Program Receives MicroSkills Partnership Excellence Award

by Yasmin Ranade

I’m thrilled to announce that Community MicroSkills Development Centre is honouring Canadian Women in Communications (CWC) and its Wired Woman Mentorship Program with its MicroSkills Partnership Excellence Award. MicroSkills, a multi-cultural,non-profit, community-based organization committed to assisting the unemployed, wired_woman_logois recognizing Wired Woman members for their dedication to mentoring women in its Information Technology programs and sustainable results.

Women in Tech Leader, Mary Ann Yule

By Yasmin Ranade
In March, ahead of International Women’s Day, I had the opportunity to engage in a conversation with Mary Ann Yule, President and CEO of HP Canada, about women in technology, mentorship and mindfulness, gender balance in the workforce, and advice she could share for women in tech.

2020 Booking.com Technology Playmaker Finalists Announced

By Yasmin Ranade
In its third year, the awards recognize and celebrate women who are transforming businesses, industries, and communities through technology and inspiring the next generation of female tech leaders.

Waterloo As ‘BlackBerry Town’ by Chuck Howitt

By Yasmin Ranade
Chuck Howitt’s new book, BlackBerry Town, delves into the rise of BlackBerry as it relates to the development of Kitchener-Waterloo’s reputation as an international tech hub.

The Ways Forward for Continued Tech Growth in Canada

By Yasmin Ranade
Canada has a strong tech economy, and an abundance of college and university programs for aspiring techies, but are there other factors at play in building up the tech talent pool in Canada?