Sara Khan – The most important thing you need in tech is confidence

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Sara Khan Sara is a Program Manager at Amazon Web Services where she manages MAS2 and all of its services. She especially enjoys using data to convey meaningful stories about consumer patterns, behaviours and business operations Listen To Sara’s Story Key Lessons from this Episode How […]

Yasmin Desai – Find the thing you love and you’ll be able to make it work

For our first episode of season 2, we are so excited to have Yasmin Desai. AKA The Startup Girl. Yasmin is a product director who has worked for over eight years in startups, including Catapult, Revolut, and Impala. She’s passionate about startups, tech and entrepreneurship, and she’s on a mission to empower people, to develop […]

Reem Mahmoud – We need to enable communities to build their own solutions

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Reem Mahmoud Reem Mahmoud is the cofounder and Education Lead at Zaka, a community-driven Artificial Intelligence startup. She is pursuing her Ph.D at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon in Electrical & Computer Engineering where her research focuses on personalized Machine Intelligence with a focus on […]

We become more confident when we see people like us succeed

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Iliana Montauk and Mai Temraz from Manara. Manara is a social impact startup whose mission is to unlock human potential and diversify the global tech sector while uplifting the economies of the Middle East & North Africa (MENA), with a focus on Palestine and women. Iliana […]

Safa Ghribi – You should never limit your ambitions

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Safa Ghribi! Safa is a full stack developer at Microsoft, and an expert in NodeJS, Electron, Angular and React with quite a certification collection! She also did her university studies in 3 different countries: Tunisia, France, and Canada. Listen To Safa’s Story Key Lessons from this […]

Amira Chalbi – Never compromise your identity for your career. Have faith in yourself!

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Amira Chalbi Amira is a UX/CX researcher at Worldline Global. She’s very experienced in UX design and research, data visualization, innovation, UX strategy, and market studies. Amira is passionate about contributing to the development and enrichment of the community and has been a wonderful part of […]

20+ Questions to ask at your next interview to see if the company is a good fit

In today’s episode we’ll continue where we left off in How to Survive as a Muslim Woman in Tech. This time, we’ll focus on the job interview as a point where you can get a sense of whether the company will be a safe place for you. A place where you can thrive being yourself […]

How to survive as a Muslim woman in tech

It’s a solo episode this week! We get asked from Muslim women in tech all the time about how to survive in their careers. And from women at all points of their careers – from considering transitioning into tech to seasoned tech veterans. In this episode, I’ll talk about why niche groups, like Tech Sisters, […]

Hira Saeed – Your skill, your expertise, and your commitment are your tickets to freedom

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Hira Saeed Hira Saeed is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at CaterpillHERs, a social enterprise that works for women-led startups, and helps build their business acumen through the curriculum, 1:1 mentorship, support network, and investment-readiness training. She also works as a freelance consultant and copywriter […]

Sherifat Akintunde-Shitu – Be yourself and stand out. Represent you, because no one else will

Today on Tech Sisters Stories we’re excited to have Sherifat Akintunde-Shitu. Sherifat is a Data Management Consultant at Accenture and has a decade of experience in managing and unlocking actionable insights from data. Mentoring is a high priority for Sherifat and she volunteers as a mentor with Muslim Women Connect, Reed, Black in Data, and […]