Her Dream is to Become a Software Engineer (VIDEO)

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GCA Studios presents Dr. Ginny A. Baro, Founder and CEO of Fearless Women @Work. In her latest episode of one-to-one interviews, Dr. Baro engages Game Changers and leaders in a powerful conversation that highlights what today’s up-and-coming workforce looks for in a company.

In this episode, Dr. Baro sits down with Amy Feng, a current full-time student at Fordham University majoring in computer science and mathematics. These two women discuss the role workplace diversity plays in the decision to join a company, what creates the best internship experience and what are some of Amy’s concerns as a potential employee entering the workforce.

To watch clips of the full video, see below:

About Dr. Ginny A. Baro

Dr. Ginny A. Baro is a certified executive coach, speaker, #1 bestselling author and leadership expert. For more than 25 years, Dr. Baro worked in the financial services arena and technology field in the greater New York area before starting her company and her efforts to expand leaders’ influence, impact and overall well-being in business and in life. She has more than two decades of leadership experience, mentoring and coaching business teams and now focuses on facilitating transformations in talented professionals, leaders and businesses. Dr. Baro’s academic degrees include a Ph.D. in Information Systems, an MS in Computer Science, an MBA in Management, and a BA in Computer Science and Economics.

Dr. Baro is a sought-after speaker/trainer and facilitator for leaders at all levels of management and businesses. Her new #1 bestselling book, Fearless Women at Work: Five Powerful Strategies to Thrive in Your Career and Life!, is available on Amazon.

To learn more about Dr. Baro, visit her Spotlight here.
To watch her previous episodes, visit her GCA Host Page here.

About Amy Feng

Amy Feng is a full-time sophomore at Fordham University majoring in computer science and mathematics. Her dream is to become a software engineer. She’s involved in research projects under the support of the Fordham Undergraduate Research Department and the Clare Boothe Luce Foundation, which funds undergraduate women in STEM research. She also works at Harris Corporation where she started a summer internship as a software engineer.

Amy is active in leadership training and mentorship programs such as the Thurgood Marshall Program, New York Ladders for Leaders, CSTEP, and INROADS. She is also slated to take over as President of the computer science student organization and the Computer Science Society at Fordham.

Amy can be reached at afeng5@fordham.edu

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