1. Articles in category: Women In Tech

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    1. Talking Denver & Data with Ibotta's Bijal Shah

      Talking Denver & Data with Ibotta's Bijal Shah

      This week, I had the chance to sit down and talk with Denver tech leader, Bijal Shah. After getting lost in the many elevators of the massive building Ibotta's office is located in, I finally found my way to the open and inviting offices of Ibotta. With a pink wall to welcome you, an open floor plan, and a large dining area for eating or working, it's no wonder the company's office space is always talked about. 

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    2. DaVita adds third woman to its board

      DaVita adds third woman to its board

      DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. has added another woman to this board. The Denver provider of kidney care services (NYSE: DVA) said it appointed Phyllis Yale, an advisory partner with Bain & Company Inc., to a new, 11th seat on the board. "The board and the company will benefit immeasurably from her deep knowledge base and experience in several segments of the health care industry, including corporate strategies, marketing, cost and quality management, and mergers and acquisitions," said Peter…

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    3. Zayo Executive Sandi Mays Named Most Inspiring Woman in Comms

      Zayo Executive Sandi Mays Named Most Inspiring Woman in Comms

      andi Mays, CIO at Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO), was named the “Most Inspiring Woman in Comms” at Light Reading’s 2016 Leading Lights awards. Zayo also earned top honors at the awards for its new Ethernet product, FlexConnect, in the “Most innovative Enterprise Service” category. The usage-based Ethernet product for cloud and data center connectivity provides an on-demand option for high-performance connectivity.

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    4. Colorado Springs forum seeks to raise profile of women as entrepreneurs

      Colorado Springs forum seeks to raise profile of women as entrepreneurs

      Edelweiss German Restaurant was filled with women - and a couple of men - Tuesday evening looking to learn about the area's economic standing and raise funds for female entrepreneurs.

      The picture painted by Tatiana Bailey, director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs's economic forum, was pleasant for the most part.

      The median salary of posted jobs in the Springs last month stands at $63,755, surpassing the state's $60,500 figure, she explained during her presentation.

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    5. CODE-Debugging the Gender Gap

      CODE-Debugging the Gender Gap

      Regis University CC&IS (College of Computer and Information Sciences) and the RMOUG (Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group) are sponsoring the Women in Technology (WIT) movie “CODE-Debugging the Gender Gap” on March 15, 2016 6 – 9 PM at the Regis Northwest Campus.  The event is open to the public and students are encouraged to attend.  More details about the event and registration can be found at: http://wit-movienightregis.eventbrite.com

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    6. Galvanize and IBM Announce Collaboration to Support Women in Data Science and Engineering

      Galvanize — an education company focused on data science, web development and entrepreneurship — and IBM (IBM) today announced a collaboration to help support diversity in data science and data engineering. IBM will commit to provide support to female participants in Galvanize programs, from tuition assistance and mentorship to internships and employment opportunities.

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    7. AWE offers education scholarships to help women entrepreneurs

      AWE offers education scholarships to help women entrepreneurs

      FORT COLLINS -- Allied Women Entrepreneurs (AWE), a 501c3 nonprofit headquartered in Fort Collins, is offering Allied in Business Improvement Scholarships in Northern Colorado. Scholarships are available to AWE members at any level and to the public. Funds may be applied to the cost of classes or programs offered by AWE’s partner organizations, accredited two-and four-year colleges and universities, and other approved institutions in Colorado, Wyoming or nationwide.

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    8. TechStars Hopes To Double Women Applying For Accelerator

      Boulder-based startup accelerator operator TechStars said Tuesday that it hopes to double the number of women in its accelerator program applicant pool, as well as across its mentor network, over the next four years. The announcement--part of a broader industry effort as part of a White House Demo Day yesterday--is part of the accelerator's effort to improve opportunities for women and underrepresented minorities, according to TechStars.

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    9. Colorado women make progress on company boards, but state's still below average

      Colorado women make progress on company boards, but state's still below average

      When the president of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce studied a new report detailing the number of women sitting on the boards of Colorado's Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies, she didn’t know whether to celebrate or feel frustrated. On the one hand, Colorado is making progress when it comes to women sitting on the boards of Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies. In 2011, women held 7 percent of those board seats.

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    10. Healthgrades Announces Its 2015 Women’s Care Award Recipients

      DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Healthgrades, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals, today announced the recipients of four awards related to women’s care: the 2015 Healthgrades Gynecologic Surgery Excellence Award™; the 2015 Healthgrades Labor and Delivery Excellence Award™; the 2015 Healthgrades Obstetrics and Gynecology Excellence Award™; and the 2015 Healthgrades Women’s Health Excellence Award™.

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    11. Women tech leaders ask tech companies: Show us your diversity numbers

      Women tech leaders ask tech companies: Show us your diversity numbers

      A torrential downpour Friday morning didn't stop nearly 600 women from attending the Colorado Technology Association's Women in Technology Conference, held outdoors under a massive tent at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield. Stepping in marshy puddles and having water slosh around in their shoes were, clearly, the last things on their minds.

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    12. Why these 3 female CEOs founded their companies in CO and what you can learn from them

      Why these 3 female CEOs founded their companies in CO and what you can learn from them

      One of the many great things about being an American is the freedom to move and redefine yourself. You can go anywhere in the country and be a new person. Always wanted to be a folk singer? There’s an incredibly expensive studio apartment in Greenwich Village with your name on it. More into country music? That’s good news, because the cost of living is way lower in Nashville. But where do you go if you’re a female with a strong entrepreneurial streak who wants to start a tech company?

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