Julie Zeglen, Author at Technical.ly

Julie Zeglen

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Julie Zeglen is the managing editor of Technical.ly. She first joined the Technically Media team as editor of sister site Generocity, which covers social impact in Philadelphia, and previously worked as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia's River Wards. The Temple alumna calls West Philly home.

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What does allyship look like in the workplace? Join us for a Slack AMA with DEI experts

Jun. 16, 2021 2:56 pm

What does allyship look like in the workplace? Join us for a Slack AMA with DEI experts

We'll be talking with John Foster, COO of Baltimore dev agency Fearless, and Sam Chenkin, a Philadelphia-based community organizer and nonprofit pro. It's happening on the Technical.ly Slack on June 25.
Did your employer keep their racial equity promises from June 2020?

Jun. 3, 2021 6:02 pm

Did your employer keep their racial equity promises from June 2020?

One year later, tell us: Did your employer follow through on their DEI or funding pledges made amid calls for increased corporate social responsibility?
One year after mass protests for racial justice, the words from these 15 Black leaders’ stories still resonate

Jun. 1, 2021 8:01 am

One year after mass protests for racial justice, the words from these 15 Black leaders’ stories still resonate

Look back to June 2020 for a reminder that the work of dismantling systemic racism and confronting anti-Blackness is far from over.
A year after George Floyd’s murder, have company racial justice promises been kept?

May 25, 2021 4:23 pm

A year after George Floyd’s murder, have company racial justice promises been kept?

2020's Black Lives Matter protests brought about a sweep of corporate DEI pledges and funding commitments for racial equity. Are local tech companies following through?
Tell us: Who’s building technology for the common good, and is it working?

May 5, 2021 4:00 pm

Tell us: Who’s building technology for the common good, and is it working?

In May 2021 — Tech for the Common Good Month of our editorial calendar — look for check-ins on early-pandemic data projects, profiles of technologists working in civic tech, stories on social entrepreneurship trends and more.
How is your community better or worse than it was in February 2020?

Apr. 29, 2021 5:21 pm

How is your community better or worse than it was in February 2020?

After a year of massive societal shifts and challenges, we asked readers how they think their workplaces, industries and neighborhoods have fared. Here's what they said.
Meet Technical.ly’s new Pittsburgh reporter

Apr. 27, 2021 9:06 am

Meet Technical.ly’s new Pittsburgh reporter

With support from national service program Report for America, Sophie Burkholder will join Technical.ly in June as a full-time reporter in Pittsburgh. It means daily coverage of the Western Pennsylvania city's changing economy.
The Chauvin verdict is in. That doesn’t mean the workplace discussion is over

Apr. 21, 2021 9:03 am

The Chauvin verdict is in. That doesn’t mean the workplace discussion is over

The guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death provides accountability, but the work for racial justice continues. It's not a moment to move on.
Does your employer’s HQ matter anymore?

Apr. 15, 2021 3:19 pm

Does your employer’s HQ matter anymore?

We've been asking technologists and other pros what they expect post-pandemic work to look like, and there's no definite answer emerging yet. Head over to Technical.ly's public Slack on April 23 for a live discussion to sort it all out.
Is VC funding for women getting any better?

Apr. 1, 2021 5:17 pm

Is VC funding for women getting any better?

In April 2021 — Funding Women Founders Month — look for data dives, startup check-ins, founder and investor profiles, and stories on venture capital trends with gender equity in mind.

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