in the news 22020-09-18T04:06:59-07:00

Managing Remote Work

Like everyone, the last few months have created change and new rituals for work and home and life balance. Here are the things that I am doing to help manage my 2020.

The Founder and President of the Women Tech Council non-profit organization, and a mother of three. Since moving to work from home full-time in March,  I created a designated work space in my house. It has become my command center. I found that I needed to have multiple computers in a space with good lighting and acoustics. Multiple computers and devices allow me to stay current with various streams of information and connected to my team and customers… read more

SheTech Virtual Summit

With traditional education disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for innovative solutions for real world challenges, the Women Tech Council takes its annual SheTech summit in a live virtual format for the first time ever.

If you’re wondering what SheTech is all about, it’s program focused on engaging high school girls into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers.

The Women Tech council has found that the young women need role models, mentors, and most importantly hands-on experience on a consistent basis. Thursday’s virtual summit provided a space for high school girls to discover the opportunities and possibilities STEM careers offer…read more

Women Tech Council and Peak Ventures Launch Tech Entrepreneur Apprenticeship Program for High School Students

Program pairs students with Silicon Slopes entrepreneurs to learn skills and prepare for technology workforce

SALT LAKE CITYJune 7, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Women Tech Council (WTC) in partnership with Peak Ventures today launched the Tech Entrepreneurship Apprenticeship program. This four-week program for high school juniors and seniors teaches technology and entrepreneurship skills from industry entrepreneurs and leaders and provides hands-on experiences in careers that align with student interests, ultimately beginning students on a path to enter and lead the technology workforce and pursue their passions.

“Giving high school students direct access to some of the technology entrepreneurs who are building and shaping Silicon Slopes to collaborate and learn, is a powerful tool to teach students vital […]

Peak Capital ranks well, Utah business ranks well, Talent Innovation Summit, Utah County CRE Symposium, Springville makes business list

Peak Capital ranked among largest U.S. apartment owners

Peak Capital Partners, a Provo-based apartment investment and management company, announced it was named by the National Multifamily Housing Council to the 2018 NMHC 50, the annual ranking of the nation’s largest apartment owners.

“We’re proud of Peak’s growth, and of our impact in the communities where we own,” said Chris Manning, CEO of Peak. “The firm started with a single acquisition in 2009, and we now provide affordable housing to over 21,000 families across the United States, with a portfolio valued at more than $2 billion.”

Womply ranks Utah 15th for local business sales for early 2018

Utah ranked No. 15 nationally for sales at small, local […]

Local Tech Pros Help Us Crack The Girl Code — And Ban The Words ‘Balance’ And ‘Bossy’

For our Spring 2018 issue of Utah Valley BusinessQ, we invited the women to sit at the table — more specifically, we invited women in tech. These local tech pros have cracked the code on how to work in a male-dominated industry. 

Bennett, BusinessQ: What advice do you give to women in tech?

Birch, MTEC: I talk to so many girls who think they will be a mom and they don’t need to get an education and work. I’m not saying being a stay-at-home mom is a bad thing. But I tell them that the climate right now is for technology. We don’t have many girls in our programs, and when we do, they are asked […]

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