My road in life took a while to figure out.
As a teenager, she experienced discrimination against women firsthand-got pregnant at 16 and felt like people started rooting against her.
No one expected her to graduate from high school, but she actually worked really hard to make sure she'd get good scholarships.
Went to Oregon State University, studied computer engineering with minors in French, business, and computer science.
After she graduated, she had impostor syndrome-had the feeling that no matter how well she did, she wasn't good enough.
Applying to jobs and going to interviews terrified her, gave her panic attacks because she felt like she was a "fraud."
At the same time, she had two offers pulled after they found out she was pregnant with her daughter.
Instead of conforming to these big companies, she started her own company-ChickTech.
ChickTech shows high school girls that you can own your femininity and still get an awesome job in the tech industry.
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