Debugged S2E6: Inspiring the Next Generation of Leaders with Nita Singh Kaushal
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Welcome back to the alumni-led Congressional App Challenge Debugged Podcast! If you’re new to Debugged, here’s a bit about the podcast.
Launched last year by the Congressional App Challenge Alumni Advisory Board, the Debugged Podcast connects the country’s youth with tech by *debugging* the intricate world of Computer Science. By highlighting trends, simplifying complex concepts, and speaking with high profile guests, Debugged allows its listeners to delve into tech in an analytical yet relatable way. Debugged is a unique podcast experience that seeks to redefine STEM education, highlight diverse voices, and further the narrative around a myriad of Computer Science topics. Some past guests include Ruthe Farmer, Yannic Kilcher, and Trisha Prabhu.
In this episode of the Debugged Podcast, Medha Gupta chats with Nita Singh Kaushal, founder of Miss CEO, a Lecturer in the School of Engineering at Stanford University, and an Instructor at Stanford Continuing Studies where she teaches undergraduates, graduate students and professional women how to develop leadership skills so they can make meaningful contributions in their careers. Kaushal shares her journey from realizing the importance of empowering women through leadership resources to creating Miss CEO, an international organization working to empower the next generation of women leaders. The duo discuss the importance of leadership and impacting others by sharing knowledge and resources. Tune into Kaushal’s inspiring journey as a leader empowering women all over the world to become leaders!
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