Sheryl Hermoso presented on IXPs and peering at the Women in Networking lecture series on 17 November 2021.
Women don’t submit many papers to conferences. Why not? How can they be supported in conference participation?
Guest Post: Going virtual has allowed the Tonga Women in ICT group to stay connected with its growing group of members.
Guest Post: ‘It takes pressure to make a diamond’ was the theme for the APNIC 50 Women in ICT session.
Guest Post: Taking the time to invest in your workforce and broaden its inclusiveness pays.
Tech Girls Are Superheroes promotes positive female STEM role models and raises awareness of technology careers options for girls.
Guest Post: Since their first meeting in 2018, the Tongan Women in ICT group has grown in size and ambition.
Guest Post: One of the main reasons why women leave the tech industry is the gender stereotype that IT is a masculine profession.
With over 12 years experience in senior roles, Christina Zhu seeks to improve the gender imbalance in leadership positions in the ICT industry.
The IEEE’s Lan Wang shares her unique perspective of the challenges female engineers face, including her past experience in the ICT sector in China.