Placing the MEN in Mentoring: Sensible Methods Males Can Be Higher Allies

Two years in the past at a Missouri edtech convention, I facilitated a panel dialogue on Ladies in EdTech Management with Chief Know-how Officers (CTO) from throughout the state. 

Our panel was composed of 4 ladies and one man. The feminine panelists shared their experiences and views to encourage and empower the ladies attendees. Our male panelist had a compelling, research-based case for the male attendees, explaining the significance of males serving as mentors and difficult them to step up as allies for girls in edtech. Three of the 4 ladies on the panel attributed a lot of their success to having a male mentor who coached, supported, and championed them of their careers.