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Ep. 12: Workplace Gender Hacks (Cristina Lara)

Cristina Lara graduated Cornell University with a degree in Industrial Labor Relations in 2014. She managed diversity programming both at Cisco and Amazon. Cristina served as Deputy Chief of Human Resources on Hilary Clinton's presidential campaign. We talk negotiating salaries, the importance of a diversified tech team in political campaigns, and tangible gender hacks women can use in the workplace. Reach out to Cristina on LinkedIn and her website.LISTEN TO EPISODE TWELVE       

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Ep.11: Professional Shopaholic (Amanda Melvin)

Amanda Melvin earned her Bachelors of Commerce from McGill University, and JD/MBA at University of Toronto. Amanda started out working in Big Law in New York City. She left law to pursue a career working in tech, specifically, working on Google Canada's retail team. In her downtime, Amanda is an avid reader, a passionate foodie, a reformed shopping addict, and a world traveller. We talk transitioning from law to tech, the Canadian shopping landscape, and machine learning and music. Reach out to Amanda on LinkedIn. LISTEN TO EPISODE ELEVEN        

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Ep. 10: Digital Nomad Lifestyle (Alisha Vimawala)

Alisha Vimawala graduated from engineering at Cornell University in 2013. Alisha started her career at Morgan Stanley and then Bloomberg and now is a freelancer. We talk about the arts and tech, lithium in smartphones, and misadventures with Shamrock Shakes! Reach out to Alisha: alishavimawala.com, allmyfriendsareplanets.com and notyouraveragecotton.com.LISTEN TO EPISODE TEN       

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Ep. 13: Freedom, Responsibility & Birthday Mishaps (Catherine Rieflin)

Catherine Rieflin graduated Cornell University with a degree in Industrial Labor Relations in 2015. She started out her career as a Solutions Analyst at LinkedIn. She currently works as a Recruiting Researcher at Netflix. We talk about LinkedIn's diversity imperatives, Netflix's empowering culture, and Catherine's birthday mishap. Reach out to Catherine on LinkedIn.LISTEN TO EPISODE THIRTEEN       

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Ep. 9: Texting in the back of a self-driving car (Kristi Krulcik)

Kristi Krulcik has a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Cornell University and has worked at Apple and Google. She has launched a radio station, worked at a startup incubator, and led a weekly educational series for undergraduate women in business. We talk about everything from tech marketing, self-driving cars to Google Doc mishaps.   Reach out to Kristi on LinkedIn.  LISTEN TO EPISODE NINE         

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