Less Than or Equal was a podcast dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of geeks facing inequality in their industries.



Latest Episodes

#90: Sonya Green

May 31st, 2016 · 61 minutes

Sonya and Aleen talk about having colorful hair, being passionate about customer support and the nuances of doing it well, and how awesome our 30s have been!

#89: Shelly Brisbin

May 18th, 2016 · 56 minutes

Shelly joins Aleen to talk about why she wrote a book about iOS accessibility, diversity, and putting people in boxes.

#88: Amelia Gapin

May 3rd, 2016 · 47 minutes

Amelia joins Aleen to talk about the public beta of MyTransHealth, how it started and why it's important, future plans, and juggling passion projects with work.

#87: Karen Catlin

April 20th, 2016 · 42 minutes

Karen and Aleen discuss advocacy and mentorship in tech, leaving corporations for consultancies, and the intersection of parenting and leadership.

#86: Kronda Adair

April 5th, 2016 · 50 minutes

Kronda and Aleen talk about the freelancing life, the importance of community, and focusing on your superpower.

#85: Jacqui Cheng

March 29th, 2016 · 37 minutes

Jacqui and Aleen talk about delegating, handling growth, reporting on Apple events, how tech has and hasn't embraced diversity, and traveling.

#84: Charli Prangley and Femke van Schoonhoven

March 23rd, 2016 · 50 minutes

Charli and Femke join Aleen to talk about side projects, making things happen, getting up early, and moving far away from home!

#83: Helene Wecker

March 15th, 2016 · 60 minutes

Helene and Aleen talk about writing, respecting other cultures, career choices, juggling parenting with authorship, and more!

#82: Chiu-Ki Chan

March 8th, 2016 · 54 minutes

Chiu-Ki and Aleen talk about freelancing, side projects, public speaking, and how they approach making changes in their communities.

#81: Cate Huston

March 1st, 2016 · 75 minutes

Join Cate and Aleen as they talk about speaking at tech conferences, codes of conduct (they're important!), healthy work environments, and shine theory.