A CEO, an engineer, and an author walk into a bar.
Well, they used to. Now one has a baby, so they sit on the couch, drink wine, and talk each other through the joys and anxieties of being ambitious. That’s No, You Go: one part advice, one part feminist fury, and three parts snacks. It’s pretty great.
Here’s more about your hosts:
Katel is the CEO of A Book Apart, where she helps passionate tech community members become successful authors. Previously, she worked with National Geographic as their digital director of photography, and has been in publishing since the early aughts. She’s seen a lot. She enjoys running (no, really) and learning the secrets of life from her snaggle-toothed mutt, Hugo.
Jenn is a multi-talented front-end developer, conference speaker, writer, and educator. She’s currently the UI engineering manager and architect at Urban Outfitters, and teaches HTML and CSS for GirlDevelopIt and Skillshare. She has written for The Nerdary, .net magazine, 24 Ways, and The Pastry Box Project, and was the co-host of the Ladies in Tech Podcast. Mashable named her one of the 15 Developer/Hacker Women to Follow on Twitter, where she regularly posts the latest web development and cat-related news.
Sara is the principal of Rare Union, a product and content strategy consultancy, and the author of Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and Other Threats of Toxic Tech. Her writing has appeared in Washington Post, The Guardian, Slate, Quartz, and Wired, and she’s given talks at events in a dozen countries (and counting). Her friends seem to think she’s super productive, but she really spends most days wearing gym clothes and slippers.
NYG is made with love in beautiful Philadelphia, PA—America’s most underrated city, and the place our hosts are proud to call home. You should visit sometime.