Amid ongoing diversity and inclusion efforts in the technology business sector, corporations are increasingly finding out what was already obvious to many: Black women are not only an amazing asset to companies, but they're also thriving in an industry that has historically excluded and not considered them.

Rosalind L. Hudnell is vice president, human resources and chief diversity officer for Intel Corporation and is currently leading Intel’s Diversity in Technology Initiative, a $300m effort to reach full representation the company by 2020. Hudnell joined Intel in 1996 and has held various management positions in community relations, government relations, charitable contributions, media outreach, […]


At the heart of innovation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) research are fundamental questions. Marian Croak, a senior vice president at AT&T Labs who is one of the leading women in STEM research, told NewsOne what it takes to innovate. We caught up with her at the Diversity Affluence Brunch in Sag Harbor, NY, where she was […]

Community Heroes: an in-depth series on the lives and impact of people giving back to our global communities. Majora Carter Base Of Operations: South Bronx Why she is a Community Hero: As the co-founder and CEO of StartUpBox.SouthBronx, Majora Carter connects communities of color to invest in the growing technology economy as producers of product […]

TheRoot recently compiled a list of the top Black women in technology. PARTNER LINKS: Nene Leakes blasts Star Jones Many believe that Blacks as a whole are non-existant in the technology sector, but there are many Black men and women that have made large strides in the tech area. The list ranges from the finance, […]