Meet Rita Mas Ramirez, the “Most Promising Engineer”

POSTED ON Oct 12, 2017

Rita L. Mas Ramirez is a manufacturing engineer at Boston Scientific Corporation. She won a Special Recognition Award at the 22nd annual Women of Color STEM Conference, which was held in Detroit October 2017. WHY ENGINEERING: “My uncle was an industrial enginee

Paulino do Rego Barros, Interim CEO for Equifax

POSTED ON Sep 26, 2017

Paulino Barros has been tapped to serve as interim CEO for Equifax. He most recently served as President, Asia Pacific, and is a seven-year veteran of the company. Previously, Barros led the company’s U.S. Information Solutions business, which includes U.S.-bas

T-Mobile to roll out iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X and Apple Watch Series 3

POSTED ON Sep 13, 2017

T-Mobile will offer Apple’s latest products starting on September 22, including the new generation iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple Watch Series 3, which adds built-in cellular to the world’s number one watch, the company announced Wednesday. To help Ap

Irene Hernandez Roberts: Hispanic women in technology

POSTED ON Jun 23, 2017

During the 13th annual Women of Color in Technology Conference, which took place October 23-25, 2008, in Dallas, Texas, IBM's top winner was Irene Hernandez Roberts. She received the highest honor as the Technologist of the Year. Irene Hernandez Roberts had

Marcelo Claure Elected to SoftBank Board of Directors

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

Sprint President and CEO Marcelo Claure has been elected to the Board of Directors of SoftBank Group Corp., a global technology player led by Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son. The nomination was announced last month and Claure’s election was approved  at SoftBa

Panama Canal Channels Jobs

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

With a blazing crescendo of multi-colored fireworks, the Chinese-owned container ship Cosco Shipping Panama slowly nosed through the long-heralded “Third Set of Locks” on the Pacific side of the expanded Panama Canal. Cosco Shipping Panama’s 984-foot length,

HACEMOS: ‘STEM to the Future/STEM para el Futuro’

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

More than 3,000 high school students came together in 35 different cities across America for the 19th Annual National High Technology Day. Hosted by  AT&T Employee Resource Group HACEMOS, the event offered students a look at the possibilities in education a

GE encourages girls to explore the world of STEM and STEM-based careers

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

Leslie Villanueva and Natalie Perez Rivera, students at Hayes Bilingual School, build “Snap Circuits.” at the 2017 GE Girls program. (Photo by Hailey Richards, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service) Leslie and Natalie are two out of a total of 36 girls, invite

How Lisa Tenorio helps put Latino students into the driver’s seat of their future

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

Lisa Tenorio is assistant vice president at AT&T. She currently leads the firm's  Technology Development Flex Force. This is a group of highly skilled software engineers, developers, scrum masters and business managers that rotate to work on the company

Women in Semiconductors

POSTED ON Jun 17, 2017

Maria Marced is a leading semiconductor executive in the Europe/Middle East/Africa regions. She is the president of TSMC Europe, with responsibility for driving the development, strategy and management of TSMC’s business in Europe. Established in 1987, the

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