Invent your future! Encourage kids to imagine their strongest, wildest selves regularly with superhero costumes and power poses. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Over spring break, undergraduate biology student and artist Alexandria Law started a mini art project. Her new blog Little Girls Are Better at Designing Superheroes Than You features pictures [...]
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Editor’s note: Joy will be a judge at the Women 2.0 Conference on February 14, evaluating the 10 women-led startups pitching live onstage for PITCH SF Startup Competition! By Joy Marcus (Partner, DFJ Gotham Ventures) Recently, my 12 year old daughter suffered her first real crisis of confidence. She did badly on a math test [...]
By Anna Billstrom (Developer, Momentus Media) I spent the day TA’ing for my friend’s class. Sarah Mei taught an Intro to Ruby class for 6 hours to 12 high school senior girls. They were in a 4-day intense engineering stay-away camp, that they’d done for four successive years. They take girls freshman year, and the [...]