📧 Frauvis Newsletter

👋🏾 Welcome To The Frauvis Digest #96

A weekly newsletter celebrating Black Womxn in Tech, Black Tech Culture, Curated Career Resources, and Tips for Companies & Allies
curated by Naya Moss

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🎉 Ericka Gransion passed their CompTIA Security+, Congratulate Ericka!

🚀 "Lorrie Guess, data strategist for Google Brand Studio shares words of wisdom: "That’s a life lesson. Don’t talk yourself out of your opportunity."

👏🏾Microsoft tech pioneer Jacky Wright tops the list of most powerful Black Britons.

💻 Stephanie Itimi presents: Exploring the Gender and Race Gap in Cyber Security, Watch here.

7 Non-Coding Tech Jobs that pay $100k + in 2021 6 figure tech jobs without coding

Operations is not Developer IT

11 self-paced tech courses to provide you with highly in-demand tech skills, each course is just $10!

From Our Job Board
- User Experience Designer at Bandcamp
- Product Manager at Bandcamp
- Senior Systems Engineer at Stripe
- Technical Solutions Engineer at Stripe
- Data Engineer at Stripe
- Senior Software Engineer at Seismic

✨ The Pinterest whistleblower leading the charge against NDAs; After breaking a contract by speaking out on discrimination, Ifeoma Ozoma penned a law to help others do the same.

💸 Seed at the Table, a new platform that helps Millennials Invest in Black-Owned Businesses.

🔐 The Truth About Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

🤖 How Code Differently is helping Black women thrive in tech. Coding Bootcamp cohorts made up entirely of women of color have inspired confidence in some of the tech industry's most underrepresented members.

☝🏿Systemic Racism Is a Cybersecurity Threat by Camille Stewart is the former senior policy adviser for cyber, infrastructure and resilience policy at the Department of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama.

🕊 Ludacris gives $10k boost to prison app founders helping Black women enter the tech industry.

🐦 Twitter UK on combatting online racist abuse: an update following the Euros.

💡 3 Ways Black People Say Their White Co-Workers And Managers Can Support Them And Be An Antidote To Systemic Racism, Read More.

🤔 Are ‘Mediocre’ managers stifling black professional women's careers? Study suggests.

😮‍💨 Ina Fried shares how fixing the pipeline won't solve tech's race problem and deep dives into how tech's race problem is all about power.