Stephanie is Lead Designer and co-founder of Landmark, a navigation app for walking directions based on photos of buildings and landmarks. Stephanie was a guest at Y Combinator’s prestigious Female Founders Conference and was profiled in The Washington Post. Actively involved in the DC community, she is a co-producer of the DC Tech Meetup and is actively involved in encouraging technology education and mentorship for women. Follow her on Twitter @nguyenist.

 

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Tech Lady Hackathon

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Code and Coffee: Casual Coworking for Women in Tech

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Ladies Who Code

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Women in Tech: Shannon Turner with Hear Me Code

Hear Me Code

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Women in Tech: Kaylyn Gibilterra from Women Who Code DC

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The Washington D.C. Metro Area is full of dozens of organizations dedicated to lowering the barrier for women and minorities in tech. DCFemTech, a collective of DC & Metro area women and minority focused organizations is launching a series of interviews with women in…

9 Ways to Support Diversity in DC Tech

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