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May 28, 2020
Jumoke Dada is a technologist, strategist, philanthropist, social entrepreneur, and public speaker with a passion for empowering women and girls who are interested in technology/STEM and social good. She is the Principal of Signature Red where she provides businesses with strategic consulting and resources to elevate women in the technology sector. She is also the creator of the online platform, Tech Women Network, and the founder of the non-profit organization Signature Red Cares. Jumoke writes for ForbesWomen on topics surrounding diversity in the technology industry. Her valuable insights have been highlighted in publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Black Enterprise, and EBONY Magazine.
Today, Jumoke joins me to discuss her career journey and her decision to start her own company. She shares the eye-opening experiences that led her to a focus on empowering women in tech, and some of the challenges women in the tech industry face. She discusses the marketplace gaps that currently exist for women in the technology industry and what inspired her to create the Tech Women Network. Jumoke also highlights the events and communities she leads and offers wisdom to women who may feel stuck in their careers.
“You want to become what you can see.” - Jumoke Dada
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