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Redefining Women in Tech. 208 likes. Redefining Women in Tech are professionals and students emphasizing creativity and openness with technology.

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This is also true of same-sex couples who use assisted reproductive technologies such as surrogacy or sperm donation to have children. Such processes exploit men and women for their reproductive potential, treat children as products to be bought and sold, and purposely deny children a relationship with one or both of their biological parents. Wholeness and balance cannot be found in such families, because something is always missing. I am missing. But I am real, and I represent hundreds upon thousands of spouses who have been betrayed and rejected.

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Sarah’s Story I recently co-organized an event in Eugene, Oregon for women interested in technology careers. We hope we can start to find solutions to some of the gaps in the Eugene tech hiring market, along with many broader goals. My take on our inaugural […]


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Redefining Women in Tech connects individuals with the communities and resources they need to thrive in tech careers. We are currently planning events in Eugene, Oregon and looking for mentors from any region.

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Women-led pilot introduces an interactive digital format that improves access to educational and career development opportunities Eugene, OR (Nov. 14, 2017) — Redefining Women in Tech (RWIT) announced today that it has secured a portion of the $83k granted to Eugene area organizations by the […]

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Imagine that you’re a woman hired by a male-dominated company to do highly-skilled consulting work. The employees are all very nice, and try to create a welcoming environment. They resonate with the diversity in tech issue, and they truly want to work with more women.