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Caribbean Woman in Tech: Corretta Singer – Animator

” 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 second in SiliconCaribe’s weekly series of Caribbean Women in Tech where we profile and celebrate their ambitions and accomplishments.

  • Ahh I see. Take your point. Thanks for the heads up mini profile on that lady.

    DEFINED
    techie, techy [ˈtɛkɪ] Informal
    n pl techies
    a person who is skilled in the use of technological devices, such as computers
    adj
    of, relating to, or skilled in the use of technological devices, such as computers

  • Just Saying

    I think you missed the part that said the BPO business is run by a woman with IT qualifications. In the 5th paragraph from the bottom of the article it said: “What’s next for the woman who graduated with a first degree in mathematics and a master’s degree in telecommunications information systems management?” So she’s not just an entrepreneur, she has some credentials that make her a bonafide techie.

    The 3d animator is not tasked with producing software or anything we can call ‘technology’. She’s an artist producing animated tv spots and short films etc. And even if she’s doing programmatic animation, she’s still no techie in my book. She’s a creative.

  • Well thanks for your input. I will respond like this. Being an animator is a merged discipline of creative and tech/digital. Just as a web designer is a merged discipline of creative and tech/digital The link you showed me is to a profile I read of a lady who’s an entrepreneur in the Business Outsourcing Industry which is also a sliver of the tech sector. I may add too that way to many people believe that technology is only about BPOs.

  • Just Saying

    She’s not a woman in tech. She’s a woman in the creative industry. She’s an artist. Here is a woman in tech: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20120308/business/business3.html

  • Bravo! I’m such a fan.

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