One of the most important principles I have learned is that you never should stop learning. Sometimes finding the answers to the really tough questions just can't be solved using the knowledge you currently have in your head.
Let's face it: the world can be a scary, unfair place, full of obstacles, difficult choices and inequities -- and that's especially true for at-risk children and children raised in single-parent households, such as I was.
Share with a few girls what you do professionally and what you enjoy about your position. Speak to a classroom and share perspective about your experience as a female in the career you selected and what education you needed to get there.
Through the power of mentoring, TechWomen brings together female scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians who can work to resolve our world's most pressing issues, making the world we share a better place, one woman at a time.
Sometimes when we are getting ready to move on or make a transition, we might begin to shut down and stop receiving the things in our life that we already have. We pull away before the move has even happened.
The call was answered. Last month 52 cities self-organized to compete in a nation-wide competition designed to address one of our nation's great challenges. I am honored today to announce the finalists of the US2020 STEM Mentoring City Competition.
Sarah Bryar was appointed CEO of Rivet & Sway, a Seattle based online eyewear boutique that caters exclusively for women earlier this year. Bryar is the former Vice President of product at the company, and before that she worked as general manager of ParentMap and at Amazon.com.