By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) I have babies on the brain. As a woman in my mid-twenties, starting a family has always been something that will eventually happen in the far and distant future. I have the timeline figured out: finish college, travel, start a great flexible career, meet someone, fall in [...]
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By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) The Women in Wireless Educational Series officially launched last Thursday with a workshop on negotiation skills, taught by Professor Lee Miller (author of “A Woman’s Guide to Negotiating”) in New York City. The workshops aim to teach professional women valuable skills that are essential for career advancement [...]
By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) Whether you’re looking for Mr. Right or to meet “the right people”, the goal behind speed networking and speed dating is pretty much the same — to make connections and build relationships in the shortest amount of time. But adding names to your rolodex rather than your [...]
By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) I have to admit I was a little shocked after initially reading this article titled “Why Women Shouldn’t Go to Tech Conferences” (can you blame me?) featured on Forbes Woman. The article followed Susannah Breslin who was asked to speak on a women-panel about how to make [...]
By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) I’ve been working with Women in Wireless for two very eye-opening and inspiring months. At networking events, whenever I introduce myself to men, I brace myself for the usual joke, “well I’m not a women in wireless, but I am a male in mobile!” Why do women [...]