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Women in Tech Weekly Issue 22

Every Women in Tech Weekly Issue is unique as all the women submitting for it and one of a kind and extraordinary! And that’s just one of many reasons why I love doing this so much… This Tuesday, we have only celebrations – and it’s great to just sit back and enjoy your achievements and celebrate the good things in life. So join us in congratulating these amazing women, and join me next week with your own accomplishments to share ? (link to the submission form below). Enjoy!

Celebrations ??

Christina’s lab team got accepted into the CSIRO On Program!

In her own words:

“This is a government initiative to accelerate startups – we got in for a biomedical invention we are developing.“

A post shared by Scientist (@hello.neuro) on Aug 29, 2019 at 6:03am PDT

Anna had her first day at her new job at IBM!

Congratulations, Anna! I hope this new exciting adventure brings you lots of fun projects, personal and career growth and fulfillment!

A post shared by Anna K. Lindegren (@code_in_style) on Sep 2, 2019 at 4:09am PDT

Emily gave birth to a wonderful baby girl!

Congratulations, Emily!! I know baby Rose will grow up to be a strong and talented woman and I hope that you will enjoy every minute of that journey together ❤️

While we had a launch delay of 5 days post due date – After 24 hours of labor, I brought this 8lb 3oz little baby into this world. These next few days and weeks will be a blur, but man this is a cool experience. I covered the labor process on my @thespacemom account for those interested (check my "labor" highlight) First there was Rosalind Franklin and Rosie the Riveter, and my late Aunt Rose who left what little money she had only to the nieces in my family (and nothing to the nephews) because in her day, women had to financially rely on men and couldn't pursue their own dreams, so she wanted to give us the financial freedom to do what we wanted. (A savage move, but holy cow I respect her boldness). Now there's Rose Kimberly Franklin, my sweet perfect little girl who looks just like her dad.

A post shared by Emily Calandrelli (@thespacegal) on Sep 1, 2019 at 6:30pm PDT

That’s all for this week – short, but sweet, and most importantly, significant! There are so many amazing women in tech, and their work (as well as personal achievements) needs to be supported and celebrated as it’s not only about the individual person – it inspires and empowers us as a group! Join me next Tuesday for more uplifting stories, or share your own and be an inspiration to others ?

Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below and if you’d like to share something for next week’s issue, here’s the submission form!! Bookmark that and add anything you’d like to share in there ?

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