What’s the next step in the empowerment of women?
FourFour Two has been following the evolution of the role of women in tech for over a year.
And this week, the site decided to take a look at the changing role of female entrepreneurs in the technology industry.
The question: What next step?
We started this conversation on Twitter, where it quickly became a discussion on the Twitter account.
And it turned out that the question of whether or not to call the future empowerment of the female entrepreneurs a feminist movement has been a hotly debated topic for the past year, and it has also become a contentious issue in the industry.
As you can see, there’s a lot of discussion around this.
And the question remains, how will the women who created and launched the women-led companies in Silicon Valley become the ones to make the next generation of women leaders in tech?
This article is a guest post by Julia Nye.
Julia Nee is a tech journalist, speaker and founder of the website FourFourtwo.
Read moreAbout JuliaNye: Julia Neye has a BA in English Literature from the University of Texas, and a MA in Creative Writing from the City University of New York.
Her writing has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, Mashable, Forbes, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, Women in Tech and the New York Observer.
She has written for other publications including Vice and The Verge.
JuliaNeye was recently awarded a Fulbright scholarship to attend graduate school at UC Berkeley.
She is currently working on a novel and has been nominated for the 2017 Nebula Award.
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