I think it's so important in preschool and in kindergarten and elementary school that we're not biasing ourselves.
We know that diversity can sometimes be more uncomfortable because things are less familiar - but it gets the best results.
Across our great nation, we've begun to see an acceleration of the power of data to deliver value.
Americans really expect to interact with our government digitally.
Each kid is unique in what captures their attention and their passion.
Flipping our classrooms into active learning spaces really is important and having these convenient spaces where people feel comfortable.
For those of you who are underrepresented in technology, know that you've always been here. Look in photos and see yourself reflecting back.
I actually think that working in the federal government, or state or local, is one of the most significant things that a technical person can do.
I have a good eye for great projects, talent, and entrepreneurs.
I like to work at the beginning of projects. Once they get stable, I'll hand them off.
I love to use technology to help people have better lives and to reduce our impact on the planet.
I was lucky that science fair was mandatory at my high school in inner-city Buffalo.
I'm on the MIT board, and a lot of our buildings now have daycare centers; it's becoming a standard.
I've been working on the lost history of technical women.
In the early IBM team, that was a racially diverse team, a gender-diverse team.
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