Breaking Through, Rising Up: Strategies for Propelling Women of Color in Technology

Released June 18, 2020  |  Author Seema Shah, Ph.D.

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Shah, S. (2020). Breaking Through, Rising Up: Strategies for Propelling Women of Color in Technology. Brooklyn, NY: NPower.

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