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How One Female Founder is on a Mission to End Imposter Syndrome
Roya Sabeti is a super connector for community members at Galvanize in San Francisco. Working closely with her community she facilitates intros and shares opportunities that accelerate growth for entrepreneurs. Anything from raising funds, scaling a team to sales training. She is especially passionate about empowering women and providing resources to help them grow as leaders. …
The Search Is Over
Looking for a job is one of the most daunting and sometimes demeaning experiences, yet collectively everyone faces the same fear of taking the next step. According to the National Center for Women in Technology, 56% of women leave at the mid-level point in their careers – twice the quit rate for men, and 74% …
How To Plan A Successful Project
David Gurley is a graduate of the g77 cohort of the Galvanize Web Development Immersive in Denver, Colorado. In 1958, a twelve-year-old set out to earn his Boy Scout merit badge for photography. His father’s still camera was broken, so the boy asked if he could use his dad’s 8mm movie camera instead. Having a …