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Caribbean Woman in Tech: Marguerite Orane the first Caribbean Blogger to turn a blog into a Book.

” Women who have succeeded in technology deserve recognition: They are an inspiration for everyone, demonstrating what can be achieved through creativity and hard work.” - Fast Company. This interview is the first in SiliconCaribe's weekly series of Caribbean Women in Tech where we profile and celebrate their ambitions and accomplishments.

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  • Hi Lana, I agree Marguerite is such an inspiration!

  • Hi Marguerite,

    I was thinking of replying, but when I saw the Wolmerian alumna, I had to. I’m also a Wolmerian living in Socal, I’ve been in the states for over forty years. I’m mom of three, cool kids (adults0, oh 8 month old grandma (new grandma) – now that’s my coolest job. I taught for years, but am not teaching right now. I’m supposed to be going on job interviews, but have to put it on the back- burner, until we sell the house and make the move cross country – my husband is retiring in a few months.

    You’re an Harvard MBA, Boston was my first home in the U. S., where I attended UMass – Boston. My other connection is that my husband has been in IT for years. I’ve been to many ILTA conventions with him, and enjoyed the vibe, at the night parties, and just the intermingling with his peers. I’m going to miss ILTA because he is retiring. Ya, I think if women ran the world, there would be less stress!

    Don’t worry about the “glitch”, the most important thing is showing up, you have given me an idea, my mom’s almost 90 (don’t tell her I told you) (smile)Where do the years go!
    Blessings to you Marguerite and “walk good”!

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