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MANOTO TV Broadcast Interview
Mahtab, Faranak, and Bahareh of Manoto TV “Sam te No” show, sat down with Sepideh Nasiri, Iranian entrepreneur and founder of the nonprofit organization “Persian Women in Tech” in the United States.
Highlight of successful Iranian women: Sepideh Nasiri
#WomenWhoGive: Sepideh Nasiri, Founder & CEO, Persian Women In Tech
VOA Persian News TV Spot
The Iranian Entrepreneur Tackling Silicon Valley's Diversity Problem With 'Persian Women In Tech'
Silicon Valley has a well-documented diversity problem. Sepideh Nasiri, who often goes by Sepi, is an entrepreneur originally from Iran. She founded Persian Women In Tech (PWIT) just over three years ago, which aims to alter tech’s dreary statistics of women founders and engineers, with a focus on those of Iranian descent.
Los Angeles, CA - Persian Women in Tech (PWIT), an organization with over 10,000 members globally, dedicated to connecting, mentoring, and empowering Persian and Middle Eastern & North African (MENA) Women in the Technology space is honoring 9 Inspiring Persian Women in STEM fields.
Persian Women in Tech Celebrates 3 years and 1 year of Impact in Los Angeles
Women are expected to be brave, determined, persistent, and strong while still being compassionate, loving, and relationship-oriented. A woman’s plate is always full. They’re asked to juggle conference calls, product delivery schedules, ...
Over the last five decades, Iranians migrated to the West for a variety of reasons. Some families settled in the U.S. and Canada in 1960s and 1970s. They were often highly educated and entrepreneurial in spirit.
Persian Women in Tech – a California-based organization representing more than 2,000 women employed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) – is holding its first London gathering on October 26.
Iranian Entrepreneur And Technologist Rewires A Profession For Diversity
A story of Iranian Entrepreneur, Technologist, and Mentor who migrated to two different countries, explored the world of entrepreneurship and founded a company that empowers Iranian women in technology.
Early in August, Persian Women in Tech was welcomed in Los Angeles for their first event in the city, a "Meet and Greet Brunch" with CEOs and engineers in tech, marketing, gaming, and other fields.
Iranian-American women are making inroads into the tech world, bringing expertise, experience and innovation to industries that have traditionally been dominated by men.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Sepideh Nasiri, founder & CEO of Persian Women In Tech.