Google Doodle Celebrates Life of Edmonia Lewis

Today, Google's homepage Doodle is of Edmonia Lewis, a 19th century American sculptor who was the first woman of African American and Native American... Read More »

Meet Bessie Coleman: The First African-American Female Pilot

Born on January 26, 1892, in Atlanta, Texas, Be ie Coleman was unaware of the barriers she would break for African-American women in her lifetime. Aft... Read More »

Black Girls Code Is Moving Into Google's New York Offices

This might be one of the most exciting moves of the year yet. On Wednesday, members of Black Girls Code will move into a 6,000 square foot space in Go... Read More »

9 Facts About Brave Journalist Ida B. Wells

Thursday's Google Doodle was dedicated to the intelligent and brave journalist, Ida B. Wells. Her world was plagued with injustice and cruelty, but lu... Read More »

Hillary Clinton Assembles a Team of Female Digital Strategists for Her Impending Campaign

Obama may be our first social media-savvy president, but Hillary Clinton may just improve on his digital campaigning strategy. According to Democrats... Read More »

Google Hires Wall Street Powerhouse Ruth Porat as CFO

By Caitlin Moscatello Silicon Valley's notorious boys club just went a little more co-ed. On Tuesday, Google announced the hire of Morgan Stanley chie... Read More »

How Search Engines Reveal Worldwide Sexism

This morning Emily McManus, the editor of, tweeted a photo of a Google search. McManus had been searching for an English major who taught hers... Read More »

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Google I/O: 7 Techmakers and a Microphone

At MAKERS, we get super excited when we see women motivating other women in the tech industry. So we're beyond excited to tune-in to Google I/O Se ion... Read More »

WATCH: Meet MAKERS @Google

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to speak at the Women @Google Summit, a gathering of Google executives who came together to network, exchange... Read More »