Survey results reveal that 62% of Hispanic business owners credit mobile technology for growth, with 83% saying mobile technology increases productivity.
More here: http://www.sociallensresearch.com/blog/new-study-hispanic-business-growth-and-the-mobile-future-infographic
#latism #ushcc #hispanic #mobile #b2bmarketing #latino #smallbusiness #smallbusinessmarketing #infographicoftheday
I do feel for my girlfriends that are black AND conservative, because that's even worse and just saying that combination can lead to death threats.
God, our nation still has a long way to go, not just in tech or online. Embarrassing.
- Tech Media SwirlFounder, 2009 - present
- Digital Sisters/Sistas IncFounder, 1998 - present
- Stop Online Violence Against WomenFounder, 2012 - present
Shireen Mitchell is an award winning technological woman of color, founder, author, speaker, social entrepreneur, nonprofit leader, advocate, diversity analyst, and a political, digital & social strategist.
She is a native New Yorker playing video games, designing BBS boards and gopher sites prior to the Web going world wide. As an early adopter and one of the few women of color web designers in the early 90's, she's been involved with tech and social networks for over 30 years.
Shireen is a serial founder. Digital Sisters/Sistas Inc. is the first organization to focus on women and girls of color in tech and online access. She created the first women of color web multimedia management firm (MHG). She founded Stop Online Violence Against Women (SOVAW) a project to address online threats against women particularly women who face both gender based and racially charged threats of violence. She is co-founder of Nonprofit 2.0 and Feminism 2.0 conferences. Feminism 2.0 is the conference that jump started traditional women's organizations to join in using social media for organizing and the online outreach you see today.
In some of her more interesting roles she was the manager for PoliticallyBlack.com a site that was sold to Netivation and ended at Politico.com. She created the game TechnoDemic, a multimedia based competition to help youth learn technology and programming terms.
Shireen has helped to organize various tech events around the country and/or on planning committees including the Digital Community, Techno Rodeo, She's Geeky DC, Geeky Girls Night Out, Computers, Freedom and Privacy, Gov20 Expo, and others.
As an author she's written “Gaining Daily Access to Science and Technology” in the book “50 Ways to Improve Women’s Lives”, “Access to Technology: Race, Gender, and Class Bias,” in The Scholar and Feminist Online and her signature article “What does Tech have to do with Women's Rights?”
Media appearances includes AJ America, WETA, KPFA, WORT, NPR, Tavis Smiley Show, EWTN, NBC4, RT, Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU & Grit TV.
Shireen has been named one of Fast Company's The Most Influential Women in Technology, Washingtonian’s Top 100 Tech Titan, DC's Top Ten most influential in Social Media, The Root 100: African-American Leaders of Excellence and GovFresh's 100+ Women in Government & Tech. She's been awarded the Social Citizen: Apps for Democracy DC, Rising Star: Woman of Color in Technology, and Heroine in Tech.
Shireen has served as a nonprofit board member for over a decade. She is currently on the boards of Workplace Fairness, Center for Partnership Studies and is the first African American Chair of the National Council of Women’s Organizations (NCWO). NCWO is a nonpartisan national nonprofit membership organization of women rights groups that collaborate through substantial policy work and grassroots activism to address issues of concern to women.
Shireen currently resides with her family in the Washington DC metro area, a city engrossed in Government 2.0 politics and a founding member of the DC Tech community.
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