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Female leaders in technology [video]

At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University, an innovation panel discusses ways to encourage women to join the computer industry. Many women come to the industry through other sides of the business--like marketing--and need mentoring and encouragement to find their inner geeks.
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At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University, an innovation panel discusses ways to encourage women to join the computer industry. Many women come to the industry through other sides of the business--like marketing--and need mentoring and encouragement to find their inner geeks. Panelists include Marissa Mayer, vice president of search product and user experience at Google; Jasmine Kim, chief operating officer of ImageSpan; Polly Sumner, president and chief adoption officer at Salesforce.com; and moderator Elizabeth Tinkham, Global Lead of Management Consulting and Integrated Markets Communications and High Tech Industry Group at Accenture.

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