Tag: STEM

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.

Canadian Tech Inspired to Close Gaps

By Yasmin Ranade
Melinda Gates launched a movement called #EqualityCantWait to break down barriers standing in the way of women. Further, research shows that there are critical career mid-career milestones where women drop off the management track.

Inclusiveness Means Diverse Ideas and Talents

By Yasmin Ranade
Inclusivity and gender parity is critical for the growth of tech excellence in Canada. Luc Villeneuve, president of Benchmark, is a public and corporate advocate aimed at levelling the tech playing field.

The Power of Her Story: Tech Trailblazers

By Yasmin Ranade
The remarkable panel of tech trailblazers shared their unique stories about how they leveraged their talents to move the needle forward for women and tech.

Essential Back to School Tech: Are Parents Included?

by Lee Rickwood
In order to assess how important a role parents have in a child’s education, and where technology may fit in the role, the multinational technology company Lenovo recently surveyed more than 15,000 people around the world.

Startup Ranking Strong For Toronto but Slides for Vancouver

By Yasmin Ranade
Startup Genome, which supports forward-looking regions to catalyze their startup ecosystems, has released its 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem Report. Vancouver’s rank in the global tech startup ecosystem has dropped by nine spots, now at 21.