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San Antonio Women in Tech Who Can Speak at Your Next Event
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San Antonio Women in Tech Who Can Speak at Your Next Event

San Antonio has talented women working in many disciplines of interest to our growing tech industry. When it comes time to organizing your next tech panel or event, we hope you consult this list of over 130 San Antonio women who are at the top of their game and can add their voices to the discussion about the tech industry. Who are these women? Over 50 are founders or co-founders of tech or biotech companies in San Antonio. Many are entrepreneurs, software engineers, infosecurity and other cybersecurity professionals, data scientists, IT analysts, biotech professionals, tech-focused lawyers, marketers working in the tech industry, and other tech-focused experts who are a part of San Antonio's tech ecosystem. Luckily, we got a head start with the list of San Antonio Latinas in tech Am...
Do You Know These Latinas Making Bold Moves in San Antonio’s Tech Industry?
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Do You Know These Latinas Making Bold Moves in San Antonio’s Tech Industry?

Amanda Keammerer is the Founder and CEO of Javilud LLC and vice president of cybersecurity at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. DeAnne Cuellar is the Texas state director for OATS (Older Adults Technology Services). To commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month which runs September 15 through October 15 these co-authors seek to highlight the Latina thought leaders in San Antonio's tech industry.  There's no debating it — by multiple measures Latina women are underrepresented in the world of tech. Minorities participate in just 26% of the cybersecurity workforce according to a 2018 study by (ISC)2. That same study shows only 17% of the cybersecurity workforce who identify as a minority are female. Looking at STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) jobs more broadly, Hi...