Women Rock-IT

Second Chance Justice Reform: Giving offenders a job-ready IT education

This blog comes from Judge Aliyah Sabree. She shares more about the Second Chance Justice Reform Initiative which provides job-ready education in IT skills through Cisco Networking Academy.

Women Rock-IT, or Rock-ET? Australian rocket scientist connects Earth’s framework from space

Learn how Flavia Tata Nardini, an Australian-based rocket scientist, uses her STEM knowledge in space at Cisco’s upcoming Women Rock-IT broadcast.

Cisco encourages girls to consider a career in STEM for International Girls in ICT Day

Cisco recognizes International Girls in ICT Day with the aim of inspiring girls and women to consider studying STEM and pursue a career in technology at this critical time.

Reinventing breastfeeding support through AI

This blog post comes from Maria Berruezo, co-founder and COO of LactApp Women’s health, a tool to provide customized advice to breastfeeding women.

Using AI for good: Identifying and locating survivors of human trafficking

This blog post comes from Emily Kennedy, co-founder of Marinus Analytics, a startup that identifies victims of sex trafficking based on online movements.

Sidestepping the status quo: My entrepreneurial journey

This blog post comes from Sarah Mak, the co-founder and CEO at Folktale, a SaaS platform for organizations to listen-at-scale through crowd-sourced videos.

One entrepreneur’s search for a BrightSign leads to a life-changing invention

This blog post comes from Hadeel Ayoub, the Founder and CEO of BrightSign and the inventor of a smart glove that assists people with hearing impairments.

Technology: The pathway to financial inclusion

Learn more from Grace Wong, the Founder of Liven, Australia's biggest loyalty-based payment network which focuses on financial inclusion.

Solving the mental healthcare access problem with Modern Health

This year, we’ve faced simultaneous crises impacting our daily lives—COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment, racial injustices, natural disasters, and divisive politics. All of which have taken their toll on the mental health of many. But mental healthcare is still surprisingly hard to access.