Last year, I said that 2015 was a year of healing, and 2014 was the hardest year of my life. Looking back on 2016, I’m going to label it the year of change. Change is constant, and the only thing … Continue reading 2016 in Review: the Year Everything Changed
I’ve partnered with Felix Gray to offer a pair of glasses in Nash style (just like mine!) to one lucky reader. Continue reading Win a Pair of Felix Gray Computer Glasses
Of all the skills that schools offer, business skills are the most transferable. Here are five ways that taking business classes can help you make a strong entrance into your career. Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Every Girl Should Take a Business Class
On June 1, 2016, I had the incredible honour of being one of eight young Canadians to attend a private meeting at Parliament Hill with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and COO of Instagram Marne Levine. It is such a rare opportunity for a young person to share her honest opinions about a country with its leader, and I am truly honoured to have been invited to this discussion. Continue reading Trendy Techie Meets Prime Minister Trudeau
This week marks the third year I’ve been adventuring as the Trendy Techie. Three years ago I launched Trendy Techie to start more conversations about young … Continue reading Trendy Techie Turns Three!
A survey by the Vision Council polled more than 10,000 adults found that 65% of Americans experience digital eye strain, and that using multiple screens at once actually increases the effects of digital eye strain. Felix Gray is a new high-end eyewear brand designed to protect the wearer from screen-related eye strain. Continue reading Felix Gray Computer Eyewear Combats Eye Strain in Style
As a young woman at Microsoft I have been very vocal about the importance of inclusivity and equality in STEM careers. I know firsthand the barriers women face trying to break into the tech – and if you don’t believe they exist, you are not qualified to comment on the difficulties we face. Continue reading Xbox Party at GDC Proves the Tech Industry is NOT Equal