Diversity in Tech: Tech for Social Good

I was invited to speak at a Diversity in Tech session. Here is the letter they sent me. In 2017, when I first joined Techqueria, I was not the only Latinx person in the workplace. And that felt like such a blessing. I didn’t really see people like me thriving in tech or entering the…Continue readingDiversity in Tech: Tech for Social Good

How Slack ERGs stay connected during remote work

I was featured in Slack’s blog for my work with Slack’s Latinx & Hispanic ERG, Fuego, which I helped launch during the pandemic.Continue readingHow Slack ERGs stay connected during remote work

NextGen Collective – Latinx to Watch

I was featured in the NextGen Collective newsletter under Latinx to Watch. Interview Questions Where are you from?I was born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia, which is where I have resided ever since the pandemic started last March. I do miss living in the Bay Area, though, which is where I was for about five…Continue readingNextGen Collective – Latinx to Watch

Fuego Presents Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month

Sep.15th to Oct. 15th is Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month, a period that recognizes the contributions and influence of Latinx & Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.  At 60 million in the US, Hispanics & Latinx are the largest non-white voting group this year and have been the largest…Continue readingFuego Presents Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month

The Unsuspecting Beauty & Complexity of Web Forms

I wrote a 16 minute blog post for slack exploring the must-add features Slack uses to build web forms that generate leads for successful deals and reflect on the impact they’ve had. Latest update: My post received 2,846 views from September 4 to October 3 and was the #3 most viewed page and was later…Continue readingThe Unsuspecting Beauty & Complexity of Web Forms

Dreamers in Tech Partnership

I helped Techqueria form strategic partnership with Dreamers in Tech, a network comprised of undocumented, DACAmented, allies, and tech enthusiasts committed to increasing diversity and inclusion in the tech industry. Here is an excerpt from the official announcement: “Dreamers in Tech will act as an initiative that will be officially supported and fiscally sponsored by…Continue readingDreamers in Tech Partnership

Become A Tech Queen – Deprecated March 2020

All the info you need if you’re interested in being on the podcast. 🔖 Update: This page is no longer applicable since Tech Queens ended (March 2019 to March 2020). Welcome, future Tech Queen! 👑 Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to be on the podcast – I really appreciate…Continue readingBecome A Tech Queen – Deprecated March 2020

Looking For The Next Host Of Tech Queens

If you identify as a woman of color in tech and want to take over the Tech Queens podcast, please reach out to me. 👑 Update 3/14/20 Tech Queens is being discontinued after 1 year of recording episodes. I’m focusing on my work with Techqueria. If you’re interested in taking it over, feel free to reach out.…Continue readingLooking For The Next Host Of Tech Queens

Useful Hugo & Bulma Snippets

A couple of useful Hugo snippets used with the Bulma CSS framework. 🧠   Speaking Engagements <!– Speaking Category –> {{ $speaking := ($.Site.Taxonomies.categories.speaking).Pages }} <!– Upcoming Events –> {{ $upcomingEvents := where $speaking “Date” “ge” now }} <!– Past Events –> {{ $pastEvents := where $speaking “Date” “lt” now }} <!– Show Upcoming Events…Continue readingUseful Hugo & Bulma Snippets

Tech Intersections 2019

Tech Intersections is an affordable conference for the womxn of color most underrepresented in tech to come together and learn from each other’s successes, challenges, and experiences. Here are my notes on all the sessions I attended at this year’s Tech Intersections conference in Oakland. Opening Session This was intense! Enough said. Career Skills Panel – Claim…Continue readingTech Intersections 2019