- — NPR's Tell Me More (@TellMeMoreNPR)Mon, Mar 03 2014 19:37:07How we got inspired to #NPRWIT On Dec. 2 a simple hashtag #NPRBlacksinTech turned into a vibrant community of techies http://www.npr.org/2013/11/27/247168494/-nprblacksintech …
- — NPR's Tell Me More (@TellMeMoreNPR)Mon, Mar 03 2014 19:37:50
- — NPR's Tell Me More (@TellMeMoreNPR)Mon, Mar 03 2014 19:38:55The series ended on Dec 20th but the foundation was set for future social storytelling like #NPRWIT. Hope we continue to connect each other.
- — NPR's Tell Me More (@TellMeMoreNPR)Mon, Mar 03 2014 14:59:55Welcome to our Women in Tech series! Today on Twitter, we are joined by @dharrisindc @elisewho & @christinecelise http://www.npr.org/2014/02/21/280753195/a-day-in-the-life-women-tech-innovators …
- — Donna Harris (@dharrisindc)Mon, Mar 03 2014 14:36:50There may be a blizzard outside but join @TellMeMoreNPR today on twitter for a chat on Women in Tech #NPRWIT http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=280753195&live=1 …
- — Tech-Girls (@TeenTechGirls)Tue, Mar 04 2014 13:04:09
- — Elise Hu (@elisewho)Mon, Mar 03 2014 15:09:53Q1: It has to do w/role models -- seeing other women in STEM, according to research via @HiddenBrain http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/08/09/210251404/why-arent-more-girls-attracted-to-physics … #NPRWIT
- — Donna Harris (@dharrisindc)Mon, Mar 03 2014 15:30:14Q1: go into a toy store - "gender roles” set from birth. We must recognize subliminal biases, make them conscious, then change them #NPRWIT
- — Christine Celise (@christinecelise)Mon, Mar 03 2014 15:58:26
- — Donna Harris (@dharrisindc)Mon, Mar 03 2014 15:17:49In Beijing visited incubators & gave keynote speech on #entrepreneurship as global transformation engine: http://www.slideshare.net/a2mbagirl/entrepreneurship-global-transformation-engine … #NPRWIT
- — Christine Celise (@christinecelise)Mon, Mar 03 2014 15:23:23
#NPRWIT March 3: Ana Roca Castro, Christine Celise Johnson, Donna Harris, & Elise Hu
We launched #NPRWIT on Monday, March 3. On air, Ana Roca Castro of LATISM and Christine Celise Johnson of Diversitech told us how and why they're working to bridge the gender gap in tech fields. Christine also joined us on Twitter, along with NPR's Elise Hu and 1776 founder Donna Harris.
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