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Culture Women in Tech

The Booth Babe Dilemma

This story was updated in July, 2019 with CES’s new clothing policy for the show. There is a certain perception of women at tech conferences and trade shows. This came about when Doghead Simulation’s CMO, Amber Osborne, received an email referring to her as “David”. In 2016 Amber was ranked as the #2 Top Most […]

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Women in Tech

5 Reasons to Give Thanks as a Woman in Tech

It is the week of Thanksgiving here in the US, a time for thinking about and giving thanks. As such, I’ve been pondering this week what I am thankful for. I have also been thinking about where we’ve come as women in the tech industry ever since the election. The election results spurred a new uprising […]

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Women in Tech

The Woman in Tech’s Guide to the Internet: Who to Follow, Groups to Join, and Blogs to Read

It can be overwhelming, nerve-wracking, and just plain difficult to find communities to joining and participate in; especially when you want to learn or share your own expertise. Below is a list of communities online and that have local meetups, encouraging people to follow on Twitter, and a short list of blogs to read if you’re […]

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Virtual Reality

4 Reasons Virtual Reality is Closer than You Think

In October 2016, I attended OrlandoiX at the Orange County Convention Center in, you guessed it, Orlando, FL. The event was for all things digital, mostly centered around games. I was there with my company, Doghead Simulations, exhibiting our virtual reality collaboration software. While there, I attended a few panels and speakers whose topics were […]

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Technology Travel

[Video] How I Pitched a Start Up in Beijing, China

In 2016 I left my job as an IT Consultant to a new position at a virtual reality startup. A few weeks after joining, I flew to Beijing, China to meet my new co-founders. We pitched Doghead Simulations to a group of VR investors as part of VRVCA. I talk about my experience in the […]

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Remote Work Technology

A New Direction

I started a new job at a virtual reality start up to change the way we work remote.