030-WIPS Podcast-Anna Jones

Episode 30 November 30, 2018 00:23:37
030-WIPS
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030-WIPS Podcast-Anna Jones
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In this episode, Anna Jones discusses how surprised she was to find there is still gender bias in the industry and how we should cope with the "are we fit or good enough" feeling that comes with it. To learn more about Anna and connect with her: Her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smithannac Twitter profile: https://twitter.com/brightcarbon

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