Nathan Wreggit

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Nathan Wreggit

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Alumnae Panel

Yesterday the class met a panel of guest alumnae from the University of Washington iSchool. Here are the three people that I researched for the assignment: Janella Ignacio is a UX designer at Data Science Dojo. She graduated from the University of Washington in 2014. Besides UX she has done…

Trish Mallines Dziko

Trish has 36 years of experience in the tech field and 20 years’ experience in STEM education. She has worked as a software developer, manager, consultant, and database manager in military weapons, business systems, communications, and medical equipment. In 1996 Trish left the industry and started the Technology Access Foundation.…

iSchool Faculty

iSchool Faculty Negin Dahya Researched how girls under-represented areas use technologies Fixing problem for girls in CSE Annie Corporate executive Art degrees Researches operational risk Conduct risk (culture, people, leaders) Katie Davis Why do people do the things they do? Was an elementary school teacher PhD in Human Development Little…

Kathleen Hogan

As the executive vice president of Human Resources at Microsoft, Kathleen Hogan is responsible for pushing the company’s cultural transformation forward so it can thrive in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. Prior to this role, Hogan was corporate vice president of Microsoft Services, a team dedicated to helping businesses and consumers…

Dottie Metcalf-Lindenberger

Dorothy “Dottie” Metcalf-Lindenburger, the daughter of two teachers with a love of the space program, has “The Right Stuff.” As a NASA astronaut who flew with the crew of STS-131 to the International Space Station, Ms. Metcalf-Lindenburger has risen to heights that make those of the Mile High City of…

Dona Sarkar

Dona Sarkar is the luckiest girl on the planet. She has not one, not two, but THREE jobs she absolutely loves. She is a Seattle-based engineering manager at Microsoft, an author, a fashion blogger and designer. She joined Microsoft in 2005 and currently works on the HoloLens team, bringing the ability to…

Retaining Women in STEM (RR #3)

Women in IT Preconceived notions take a long time to get rid of and they are detrimental to women gaining and maintaining interest in computer science and engineering. Usually we relate to people who look like ourselves. Generalizing the IT field as full of white male nerds, does not allow…

Gender Roles (RR #2)

Gender Roles The gender roles in my household and many of my friends’ households were stereotypical due to conservative beliefs. My family and many of my friends either held Christian or Mormon beliefs, so traditional gender roles were the standard. Both of my parents went to work although some of…
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