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Morgan Stanley Technology

Anjali, Vice President, Technology

Anjali Menon, VP Technology with Morgan Stanley, sits down with Rebecca Knight at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Introduction

Growing up in India, Anjali didn't need to look very far for female role models in technology. She and her two sisters all had a knack for math and science and ultimately pursued careers related to science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, fields.

A native of Bengaluru, a hub of technology and home to many startups, Anjali remembers learning in first grade to code in Basic, an elementary programming language, and using it to maneuver a digital turtle around a screen. In primary school, she learned other programming languages, such as Pascal and C, and then—as she put it—was on her way.

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Finding Professional Satisfaction in A.I. and Machine Learning

Nicholas Venuti of Morgan Stanley's Artificial Intelligence Center of Excellence turned his passion for data science into a career as a bank technologist.

In college, Nicholas Venuti spent years researching ways to extract oil from coffee grounds to make biodiesel fuel. After he graduated and began working at an environmental engineering consultancy, he discovered his true passion: data science.

At the heart of his enthusiasm was machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows computers to "learn" by recognizing patterns and making inferences based on enormous sets of data.

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Training the Next Generation of Women Technologists

The Girls Who Code summer program at Morgan Stanley introduces high school students to the joys of engineering and computer science.

It was "dancing robots day" at the Girls Who Code summer immersion program at Morgan Stanley's headquarters in Times Square, and each team was working intensely to write computer code to put a small two-wheeled robot through its proper paces: move forward, pause, spin in a circle.

"I really didn't know anything about coding before I came here," said Karla A., a 16-year-old from the Bronx who had helped decorate her team's robot with a green paper fringe. "My mom was like, 'This is a good skill set to have.' It's definitely cooler than I thought it would be."

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Welcome to the North America Technology Analyst Program (TAP) | Morgan Stanley

Join the Morgan Stanley Technology Analyst Program (TAP), a 15-week intensive training program where you'll learn about Morgan Stanley's cutting edge technology platforms, roll up your sleeves in innovative labs and business projects, meet leaders and mentors who will support your career, and prepare to truly make an impact at the firm on Day 1.

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