Eva Longoria Challenges Latinas to Explore Careers in Technology through New National TECHNOLOchicas Campaign
Co-produced by NCWIT and the Televisa Foundation, TECHNOLOchicas is a groundbreaking campaign featuring real-life Latinas thriving in technology as role models for young women and their families
TECHNOLOchicas shares the powerful stories of five Latinas from diverse backgrounds and environments who share a passion for technology and its power to change the world: Natalia Rodriguez, Jessica Santana, Madeline Martinez, Janeth Vargas, and Janet Barrientos. In this video, Eva Longoria introduces them as an inspiration, helping young Latinas visualize themselves with exciting new careers and community development opportunities in technology.
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