This youth-oriented self-help guide will appeal to anyone considering a career in tech – especially those just launching their careers, and, of course, women of color. As technical specialist Susanne Tedrick explains in the opening and concluding chapters, the “standard career advice” genre doesn’t speak to the experiences of women like her. Nevertheless, the bulk of the book does the service of focusing on contemporary skills-building and job-seeking advice applicable to all women – and men too – at the start of their careers.
About the Author
Northwestern University graduate Susanne Tedrick works as a technical specialist for a Fortune 500 firm. In addition to writing and speaking about women of color in the tech field, she volunteers with organizations that help women of color succeed.
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