Léa, a (Wonder)Woman in Tech
Post by Léa Vielfaure, Embedded Software Engineer at Railnova, and
Ashley Argüello, Social Media Strategist
March 23, 2022
Often being the only woman in the room
On the other hand, I also realized I had some preconceptions about my future as an engineer. I have always been rather curious, and I enjoy challenging myself. Confronting my reality and experience with my assumptions has helped me grow as a person.
Are women in tech an exception?
How to get more women interested in tech?
1. Attract young women early on
2. Going beyond the book cover
3. Thoroughly explaining the possibilities of tech careers
Meet Léa, a wonderful human all around.
If you are interested in working with Léa, or curious about the Railnova environment, check out our 50inTech profile by following this link: https://app.50intech.com/company/railnova
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