Recode.com / Getty ImagesFor most women, the first step to a career in tech is to be an entrepreneur.
It’s a tough one, especially if you don’t speak a language like Spanish or French.
For some women, however, the next step is a technical one.
That’s where Lauren, a native of Mexico, comes in.
The 23-year-old recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in software engineering and is now pursuing her Masters in Computer Science from the same school.
She’s also the owner of an international business development firm and a software developer.
Lauren’s career path is nothing new for women in tech.
A recent study from the Georgetown University School of Policy and Government found that only 13 percent of the population of the United States is female in the STEM field, with about 11 percent of them in the top 20 percent.
But in 2016, women made up nearly 40 percent of venture capital investments, with more than half of them female.
And, as Lauren says, that means the number of women in the tech industry is on track to double by 2026.
“It’s not a question of if, it’s a question if,” Lauren said.
“I’m very excited to see what the future holds.
I’m excited about being able to create something for myself and my family.
The lack of access to education and skills and opportunities is really bad,” Lauren added. “
In a country like Mexico, it has been very difficult to find jobs.
The lack of access to education and skills and opportunities is really bad,” Lauren added.
“What I want to do is to change that, because I think women are the future.
Lauren, who is currently working as a reporter at Recode, said she’s very much interested in exploring the tech world and exploring how it affects people. “
Women in tech have so much to offer the world, and I think the opportunities are endless.”
Lauren, who is currently working as a reporter at Recode, said she’s very much interested in exploring the tech world and exploring how it affects people.
In addition to reporting, Lauren is also a certified personal trainer.
She said she wants to be the first female trainer in the field of fitness, a position that requires extensive training and a lot of time on the road.
Lauren said she’ll need to do some research on a trainer’s qualifications before she’s ready to be hired.
“If I can go and do a really rigorous course and get them approved, that will be great,” Lauren explained.
But it’s so hard, I think. “
My hope is that people would go, ‘Well, why don’t we hire someone that can do this for us?’
But it’s so hard, I think.
I’ve spent so much time in the industry, I have a lot to offer.”
For more on the tech landscape, check out Recode on Dec. 12.
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