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How Programming Changed My Life In An Unlikely Way

Here’s my story

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Before becoming an author, I began my career as a black woman in technology. I was a rarity then and not much has changed. While women have made great strides in the tech industry, black females still lag behind.

According to a 2021 report from AnitaB.org, women account for 26.7% of the tech workforce, and Black women

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Elena Greyrock

Elena Greyrock

INFJ, Elena Greyrock is an author of contemporary diverse fiction. Her latest book is Six Feet Apart: Love in Quarantine www.elenagreyrock.com

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