When Girls Lose Interest in Stem — and What You Can Do about It

Patches our design team created for the event I'm an engineer at Gusto. In my spare time, I teach middle- and high school-aged girls how to code. I do this because I want girls to know about all the career options that are available, even if their communities don’t.…

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Staying Ambitious on Diversity: New Goals for Gusto Engineering

Over the next six months, Gusto is publicly committing to have 15% of our senior engineers belong to an an underrepresented group.…

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What I Learned By Teaching Fourth Grade Girls to Code

I am lucky that I grew up with a family and community that always encouraged my agency and voice. Teaching girls to code empowers them in the same way by exercising their brains and pushing their boundaries.…

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Can I have a big impact without becoming an engineering manager?

Gusto Women In Engineering Roundtable Dinners…

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Continuing Our Commitment to Diversity in Engineering

Introducing The Mango Team Last year at Gusto we formed the Engineering Diversity Steering Committee, informally known as the Mango Team. Why mango? Because at Gusto, we tend to name our inclusivity initiatives after fruit. You’ll have to join us to learn why that is 😉 The women of Gusto's…

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