SutherlandGold’s VP of Digital + Content Tara-Nicholle Nelson waxes poetic in Forbes on the inevitable “impostor” syndrome that goes along with making big changes in your business and career – and, notably, how this relates to the discussions happening around women in tech. Here’s an excerpt:
In Silicon Valley, there is a movement of genteel outrage and increasingly organized action growing around the issue of diversity
in tech (or more accurately, the lack thereof).
Last year, Soledad O’Brien provoked much dialogue with a segment of her Black in America docu-series devoted to the dearth of African-American tech entrepreneurs. More recently, the New York Times chimed in with a smart and hopeful piece on the successes that are being made in another tech-and-diversity issue: the decreasing numbers of women who code. READ THE FULL ARTICLE