Press & Speaking Engagements


Pink, Tyla. “She Geeks Out emphasizes cultural, gender diversity in workplace.” The Daily Free Press. 30 March 2017. Web.

“For-profit, Nonprofit, & B-Corps: The Many Shapes and Sizes of Social Enterprise.” Harvard Social Enterprise Conference 2017. Cambridge, MA. 26 March 2017. Panel discussion also featured Jessie Angell and Ed Frechette; moderated by Susan Musinsky.

Padua, Tara. “Surprise Business Success, Women In Tech and Inclusivity – with Rachel Murray and Felicia Jadczak of She Geeks Out.” Audio podcast interview. NextFem Podcast, 13 March 2017. Web.

Samuels, David. “Hiring for Diversity: A Step By Step Guide.” ReferralMob. 9 March 2017. Web.

“Social Entrepreneurship.” Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Cambridge, MA. 28 February 2017. Panel discussion also featured Emily Kanter and Cullen Schwarz.

“Women of Color in the Workforce.” Womxn of Color Conference. Haverford College. Haverford, PA. 25 February 2017. Panel discussion also featured Kimberly B. Mayo and Shanita Spencer.

“Dealing with Difficult Situations: Tactics to Handle Racism and Sexism at Work.” Venture Café Foundation. Boston, MA. 16 February 2017. Panel discussion also featured Jane Mason and Madison (Matt) Thompson.


Jadczak, Felicia, and Rachel Murray. “5 Things to Put In Your Job Description to Hire Great Women.” BostInno. 22 October 2016. Web.

Bunk, Jen. “Episode 9: Felicia Jadczak & Rachel Murray from She Geeks Out geek out and talk about building SGO.” Audio podcast interview. People Stack Podcast, 21 October 2016. Web.

Smith, Lindsey J. “Elephant in the Valley: Silicon Valley Study Exposes Tech Misogyny.” Metroactive. 31 August 2016. Web.

Jadczak, Felicia. “Women Who Reign: Felicia Jadczak.” Reigning It. 11 August 2016. Web.

Faught, Andrew. “Alumni Profile: Felicia Jadczak.” Haverford MagazineSpring/Summer 2016. 

Johnston, Michaela. “Tech event encourages businesswomen in STEM.” The Daily Free Press. Boston University, 14 April 2016. Web.

“W.O.M.E.N. in Tech: Ways of Making Entrepreneur Networks in Tech.” Hatch Fenway. Boston, MA. 13 April 2016. Panel discussion also featured Rachel Murray. 

“Leadership Track: What Got You Here Isn’t Going to Get You There: Going From Tactical to Strategic.” Women Transforming Technology [WT²]. VMware. Palo Alto, CA. February 2016. Moderator for panel discussion that included Neha Batra, Desirée Gosby, Tara Hernandez, and Regina Wallace Jones


Startup Spotlight: She Geeks Out.” Greenhorn Connect. 13 December 2015. Web.

Riquelme, Lynne Z. “Who Runs the [Startup] World? It’s Complicated.” BostInno. 31 August 2015. Web.

Strong, Rebecca. “Inside the Evolution of Boston’s Fast-Growing Community for Female Professionals.” BostInno. 10 August 2015. Web.

“Ladies Lounge: Tech Panel.” Just Us Gals Boston. Boston, MA. 25 July 2015. Panel discussion also featured Rachel Murray, Laura Fitton, and Kathleen Stetson.

Femme in STEM: Finding a Formula.” Featured in video documentary. Science Club for Girls. YouTube video preview. 10 April 2015. Web.

Wegner, Amanda N. “Computing Success: Changing the World at VMware.” Careers and the Disabled. Spring 2015, Vol 29, No 3: 42-43. Web.


Raye, Loren. “Loren’s Badass Chick of the Week- 103.3.” Audio blog post. 103.3 Amp Radio. 31 October 2014.

Peacock, Price. “VMware’s Felicia Jadczak Makes an Impact While Letting Her True Self Shine.” VMware Careers Blog. VMware, 22 August 2014. Web.

Ketchell, Jonathan. “Hacking History at the Historython.” May 2014. Web.

Fohn, Molly with Stephanie Hawkins and Felicia Jadczak. “Just a Girl with a Gun.” Winner, Best Narrative. Hstry Hackathon. May 2014. Web.


Peacock, Price. “2011 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing- Takeaways.” VMware Careers Blog. VMware, 11 November 2011. Web.


Jadczak, Felicia. “Lessons Learned in B-School.” Student Life at Questrom School of Business. Boston University, 15 July 2010. Web.

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