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Interview with Monique Boea of African American Women in IT

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From office receptionist to web application developer, it was Monique Boea’s curiosity of what the tech industry was all about that encouraged her leap. “The $80-90,000+ salaries that were being offered caught my eye,” said Boea, founder of African-American Women in Technology. “I started getting curious and asking ‘What is this web development stuff?’ One of my coworkers said, ‘It’s too hard. Keep answering the phones.’”

 

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