Stories of Women Empowerment with Microsoft MVPs
Published Mar 08 2024 12:00 AM 1,453 Views
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March 8 is celebrated globally as International Women's Day, a day dedicated to honoring the progress towards gender equality and the empowerment of women worldwide.

 

Today, we would like to showcase a compilation of stories from Microsoft MVPs who have supported the advancement of women in the IT industry over the past year. Please read the stories of community leaders who act as role models and allies for women in technology support women's technical learning.

 

Jessica’s Fantastic Achievement in Women Empowerment

Inspiring story of the Women Who Code's Top 100 Technologists to Watch in 2023, Jessica Engström in Sweden.

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Mixed Reality, Metaverse, and Diversity in Tech

MVPs guided diverse audiences in Berlin to new dimensions and discussed diversity in the tech industry.

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WoMakersCode Conference Empowers Tech Women

Brazilian MVPs collaborated with WoMakersCode, inspiring women in tech through shared expertise and enthusiasm.

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MPPC23: MVPs Unveiled the Future of Power Platform

Business Applications MVP, Azure McFarlane, joined the panel on Women & Allies in Low Code explored the stories, achievements, and obstacles of women and allies in the low-code field.

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MVP Jonah Andersson, Nordic Women in Tech Winner

Introducing Azure MVP Jonah Andersson's journey to date and her passion for community activities.

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Ryan O’Connell Making a Difference in Inclusive Skilling

MVP Ryan O’Connell, a Microsoft Azure MVP, is helping thousands of people around the world to learn and grow in tech, including a Microsoft New Zealand initiative called 10kWomen.

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