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: Civic Hacking for Women in Tech

Tech Lady Hackathon

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…

Women in Tech: Elizabeth Merkhofer with Ladies Who Code

Ladies Who Code

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…

Women in Tech: Shannon Turner with Hear Me Code

Hear Me Code

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…

Women in Tech: Kaylyn Gibilterra from Women Who Code DC

DC FemTech

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

Last night, a few hundred people filled MLK Library for DCTech Meetup’s Women in Tech edition. After pitches from six women-led startups in the DC region, an all-female panel of local women in tech discussed the ways through which we can impact the membership…

29 Tips for Entrepreneurs & Women in Tech

Between the hundreds of Meetup groups and email invitations for the next panel on fundraising, the tech scene in any city can be hard to navigate. In DC alone, there are more than two dozen organizations that are angled as resources for women in…

7 Things You Should Know About The DC Design Community

DC breeds a culture of creativity. With design agencies, startups, artists and freelancers aplenty, it can be hard to navigate your way through the creative jungle of the District. For that reason, the good people at General Assembly organized the first Introduction to the…

Startup Jackpot: Not Your Typical Pitch Competition

This past weekend, a room full of people became investors at Startup Jackpot, a startup event raising seed money for other startups. Fifteen local DC startups went head to head for a cold hard cash prize of $10,000 at Canvas, a quirky coworking space…

Google Nose: Smell the World Right from Your Computer

Google’s done it again. Now, go beyond the glass touchscreen and experience scents from all around the world, right from your mobile or desktop device. The technology connecting scent with search has finally arrived at our homepages. Grandma’s freshly baked chocolate chip …

e-Wrapped With Love – Sincerely, Delightfully

In the spectrum of gift-giving, you’ve got the meticulously delicate unravelers and the slightly aggressive giftwrap shuckers. Regardless of where you fall on the scale, those 60 seconds of hold-your-breath excitement(!) before the present-reveal is what Delightfully aims to …

FastPay: A Quicker Way to Fund Your Startup

Insufficient capital is the #2 reason that small businesses fail, according to the US Small Business Administration. For many entrepreneurs and their budding startups, one of the biggest hurdles is funding. While angel funds, venture capital firms, banks, and government grants …