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Sharp Differences between Women and Men on Workplace Discrimination in STEM

posted by Louis Chan
STEM Recruitment Poster

A campaign poster featuring Sandra Tsing Loh, creator and host of “The Loh Down on Science,” encourages careers in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) in Galveston, Texas. The US Army Corp of Engineers launched the campaign in 2013

By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent

Grace Ho Brosnon of Tacoma has worked in IT since

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Bad Ass Asians

Sep 15, 2016 Ξ Comments Off on Poll Finds Asian American Women Least Likely to Hold Leadership Roles in Tech

Poll Finds Asian American Women Least Likely to Hold Leadership Roles in Tech

posted by Randall
Diane Keng

Diane Keng
Via LinkedIn


By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent

Diane Keng’s youthful appearance belies her stature.

At 18, she founded her first start up, My Weboo, during her senior year of high school.

Five years later in 2015, she launched Breinify, an artificial intelligence startup where she currently serves as  CEO.

Keng … Read more

Cynical Desi

Sep 24, 2015 Ξ Comments Off on Mr. Modi, India should directly invest in Silicon Valley

Mr. Modi, India should directly invest in Silicon Valley

posted by Randall

Narendra Modi with Mark Zuckenberg


By Sid Sharma
@SidBSharma

The Cynical Desi

A sense of disquiet seems to be in the air of the little startup wonderland known as Silicon Valley. It finally hit me when home cleaning company Homejoy shuttered its doors. How could it burn through $40 million so quickly? The story isn’t any better for larger companies. … Read more

Asian Americans

Jul 9, 2014 Ξ Comments Off on Huff Post: Asian American college grads more likely to be unemployed

Huff Post: Asian American college grads more likely to be unemployed

posted by Randall

Graduation A new survey of college graduates from 2008 found Asian American college grads along with blacks are the most likely to be unemployed, reports the Huff Post.

Out of the 17,000 college grads questions, 11.9 percent of the Asian Americans surveyed said they were unemployed followed by 11.8 percent of blacks.

Next are Hispanics … Read more

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