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JUL 09, 2019 | US

Female Tech Lobbyists Shake Up Industry

The Hill, July 9, 2019

By Alex Gangitano

In 2013, Victoria Espinel became CEO of BSA | The Software Alliance, which represents enterprise software companies and startups. “Definitely there’s been some progress and definitely there’s a lot more that needs to be done,” Espinel said about women in tech. Espinel and her team are urging lawmakers to pass legislation to boost STEM education and expand opportunities in tech, citing the Equality Act, Building Blocks of STEM Act and the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act, to name a few.

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Original Posting: https://thehill.com/regulation/lobbying/452095-female-tech-lobbyists-shake-up-industry

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