Ana Veronica Ojeda Quispe is a 25-year-old entrepreneur living in the Isla Pata Yanaoco, in the state of Puno, Peru.
If the question is, “what is impacted by climate change?” the answer must be: everything and everyone.
Until recently, I’d never heard the word brogrammer. The term—used to refer to male coders like those in the testosterone-fueled, high-tech development hives in HBO’s Silicon Valley—also embodies a stark truth: There are very few women in digital engineering.
This morning, at the 10th Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in New York City, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project gathered partners and key stakeholders to share innovative and exciting new developments in our work to advance the status of women …