Can a woman employee working as Technical Writer for a technology-based company be included as part of Women in Tech?
I am a technical writer working for a technology-based company. Technical writers function as a bridge between the technically skilled engineers and the end-users/business clients, by making the technical documentation simple, readable, and easily understandable. Technical writers may or may not be technically skilled as much as the engineers are, depending on their qualification and technical background. Can a technical writer working in a technology-based company be inclusive of the "Women in Technology" group.