COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Author: Abena Asomaning

Abena Asomaning

Abena Asomaning was a Marketing & Communications Coordinator at the Canadian Women's Foundation. She is passionate about user experience design, teaching, and focused on creating thorough and compelling brands and products. In her free time she volunteers as an operations lead and instructor at Canada Learning Code, and when she's not working, you can find her at the print studio, hiking or perusing the bookstore!

Digital Diversity: Together We Can Improve Tech for Everyone

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Diversity in all spaces should be standard, and diversity in technology is especially important because consumers and end users are diverse people. Diversity makes for better products and services – ones that are smarter, safer, more efficient, and inclusive. It’s a no-brainer that technology should be informed by the audiences that use it, and that […]


Project Footprint: Exploring Alberta’s Wilderness with Newcomer and Immigrant Girls

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Imagine being a young girl immigrating to Canada. Do you think you would experience culture shock? How long would it take for you to learn the language? Would you make friends? How long would it take you to feel at home in this new environment? When everything around you feels foreign, sometimes the best thing […]



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