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“Tech Women Choose Possibility” (Re/code, May 13, 2015)

"An open letter of encouragement from an entrepreneurial woman in Silicon Valley," by Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Re/code, May 13, 2015)

Crunchbase Women in Venture Report (2016)

"The first comprehensive study on women in venture capital and their impact on female founders," by Gené Teare, Ned Desmond (TechCrunch, Apr 19, 2016)

Tools For Change

Tools for Change offers a series of short visual presentations aimed at a variety of audiences for use in different settings. These workshops review all that has been learned about what works and what doesn’t in creating a workplace that doesn’t push women out of the STEM pipeline

Why Women Leave Tech: What the Research Says

Summary of research culled from over 200 academic studies, surveys and industry white papers, as well as 25 books and about 100 news stories. About 25% of the material is about women in tech and the remainder had a broader focus (women in STEM, women in majority-male environments, women at work, etc.).

High Potentials In Tech-Intensive Industries: The Gender Divide In Business Roles; Catalyst Report

This report identifies the gender gap women experience working in business roles in tech-intensive industries from day one, uncovers the barriers holding women back and provides insight into why women leave. Finally it provides recommendations on how companies can reverse these trends by attracting and retaining top female talent.

Climbing the Technical Ladder

The Clayman Institute for Gender Research in collaboration with the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology

Women in the Workplace 2015

Report by McKinsey and LeanIn that tracks the progress of women in 118 firms across industries and polls tens of thousands of men and women about the issues surrounding women in corporate life.

Geek Girl Rising: Inside The Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech

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