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#BUILTBYGIRLS@builtbygirlsOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
We prepare the next generation of female leaders, builders, and creators to step boldly into careers powered by technology.
info@builtbygirls.comhttps://www.builtbygirls.com/2014
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Ada Developers Academy@adaacademyOrganizationWomen & Non-BinaryAll
Tuition-free training program for women and gender diverse people who want to become software developers
marketing@adadevelopersacademy.org
https://www.adadevelopersacademy.org/
~2013
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AI4ALL@ai4allorgOrganizationGirlsAll
AI4ALL is a nonprofit that opens doors to the AI industry for underrepresented talent of all genders through education and mentorship.
nicole@ai-4-all.orghttp://ai-4-all.org/2015
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Aki Shibata Pliner
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Alice Brunel@alice_brunelAdvocateWomenAll
Encouraging the women community in London to gain skills and find their own web development journey
admin@alicebrunel.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/542895136200306/
2018
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Allgirlithm@allgirlithmOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Allgirlithm is a collaborative blog and global collective started and run by high school girls in tech
allgirlithm@gmail.comallgirlithm.org2017
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Amazing Girls ScienceGirlsAllOur mission is to IGNITE a spark in girls for STEM
drcynthiabarnett@gmail.com www.amazinggirlsscience.com
1997
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Ana Cuadra (with Technovation Mtl)
@technovationmtl
OrganizationGirlsAll
I am part of the direction comitee for Technovation Mtl. Tchnovation Challenge is a worldwide organization that teaches girls (10-18 years old) how to code mobile applications that have a possitive impact in society. They also learn how to launch their own company (entrepreneurship)
sjecrois@technovationmontreal.com
https://www.technovationmontreal.com/2014
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Ananya Cleetus
@ananyacleetus
AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Advocate for all women in tech. Founder of Refactor, UIUC's first women in tech conference, Mental Health Director at NeverAgainTech (team of 200 girls), Founder of Anemone App. Speaker at White House, TedxUIUC, Carnegie Science Awards, etc.,
ananyacleetus@gmail.com
www.ananyacleetus.com2015
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Anar Simpson@anarsimpsonOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Equiping young girls with tech & entrepreneurship skills with this global, online program, now in 100 countries
anar@technovationchallenge.org
https://technovationchallenge.org/2011
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Anita Sarma@asarmaAdvocateWomenAll
Equity advocate dedicated to gender-inclusivity of software, and pioneer woman in CS, in the profession since 1971.
Anita.Sarma@oregonstate.edu
http://web.engr.oregonstate.edu/~sarmaa/
2016
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Aspirations in Computing@ncwitAiCOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) provides a long-term community for female technologists, from K-12 through higher education and beyond, encouraging persistence in computing through continuous engagement and ongoing encouragement at each pivotal stage of their educational and professional development.
aspirations@ncwit.orgwww.aspirations.org2007
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Association for Women in Mathematics@AWMmathOrganizationWomenAll
AWM programs inspire and empower individual students, faculty, and researchers and works to bring about institutional and societal change benefiting all.
awm@awm-math.orghttps://awm-math.org/1971
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Audrey Ostiguy
@technovationmtl
OrganizationGirlsAll
I am part of the direction comitee for Technovation Mtl. Tchnovation Challenge is a worldwide organization that teaches girls (10-18 years old) how to code mobile applications that have a possitive impact in society. They also learn how to launch their own company (entrepreneurship)
sjecrois@technovationmontreal.com
https://www.technovationmontreal.com/2014
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Bits N' Bytes Cybersecurity Education@GuruDetectiveOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Educating and equipping vulnerable populations with cybersecurity awareness, working at brigding gender gap in cybersecuirty through our new fellowship program!
kyla@bitsnbytes.us.com
www.bitsnbytes.us.com2016
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blackcomputeHER
@blackcomputeher
OrganizationWomen & GirlsAA/Black
The mission of blackcomputeHER.org is to support computer science and STEM education and workforce development for black girls and women. We aim to leverage our research expertise to create a clearinghouse for literature about black women in computing and disseminate data and information that creates a spirit of urgency around the lack of sustainable diversity.
info@blackcomputeher.org
https://blackcomputeher.org/2016
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Blademy@LearnBlademyOrganizationWomen & Non-BinaryAA/Black
Blademy is an online community where Black millennials come to learn new skills, land better jobs, and build the lives they deserve.
aj@blademy.comhttp://blademy.com2018
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BootUp PD@BootUpPDOrganizationGirlsAll
Providing high quality professional development and curriculum for elementary teachers of coding and their students - helping close the gender gap in tech
Info@bootuppd.orghttps://bootuppd.org/2014
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Brandeis Marshall@csdoctorsisterAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Computer Science PhD who works on computing and data science everywhere
brandeis.marshall@gmail.com
https://brandeismarshall.com2007
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Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM)@beammathHQOrganizationGirls & Non-BinaryAll
BEAM asks itself, "what do most scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and programmers do growing up?" and then, "how can we bring those same opportunities to underserved students?" Our program is gender neutral, and serves about 50% girls each year, with non-binary students represented as well.
info@beammath.orghttps://www.beammath.org/2011
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Carol Willing@WillingCarolAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Software Developer who advocates inclusion for all in tech (Python, Jupyter, Open Science, Open Hardware)
carol@willingconsulting.com
willingconsulting.com2012
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Cassie L. Rheaume
@cassierheaume
AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
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Charlottesville Women in Tech
@CvilleTechWomen
OrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Charlottesville Women in Tech (CWIT) is an organization for emerging and established professionals that provides human connections and resources for women and girls interested in or associated with technology. Our vision is to bridge the gender gap in tech by providing a safe and welcoming environment for women and girls to connect, learn and collaborate in Charlottesville.
info@cvillewomen.techhttps://www.cvillewomen.tech/2014
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ChickTech@chicktechorgOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
We engage women and girls of all ages in the technology industry while working to create a better technology culture for all.
dani.gehm@chicktech.org
https://chicktech.org/2012
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Code ClubsOrganizationGirls & Non-BinaryAll
We offer Girls Who Code Clubs throughout the city of Albuquerque, and one day TechGirlz workshops throughout the year.
info@codeclubs.orghttps://www.codeclubs.org/
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Code Open Sesame
@codeopensesame
OrganizationGirlsAll
High school/college volunteers teach coding to children in homeless and domestic violence shelters.
CodeOpenSesame@gmail.com
https://www.codeopensesame.com/2018
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Code Savvy
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Codette@codetteroOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
We take pride in helping close the gender gap, increasing diversity and promoting inclusion for all ages, all levels of experience and all tech branches.
hello@codette.rohttps://codette.ro/2016
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COFFEE & CODED
@coffeeandcoded
OrganizationWomenAll
A community of women empowering women to #trytech through our courses in coding, design, and entrepreneurship.
maya@coffeeandcoded.com
http://coffeeandcoded.com2018
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Computer Science for All at Chicago Public Schools@cs4allcpsOrganizationGirls & Non-BinaryAll
CS4All strives to provide a relevant and compelling computer science experience to every student in Chicago.
cs4all@cps.educs4all.io2013
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CSforALL@CSforALLOrganizationGirlsAll
National nonprofit working towards the goal of quality computer science education for all students.
info@CSforALL.orgwww.csforall.org2014
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Cynthia Lee@cynthiableeAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Faculty in Stanford CS Dept; created "Race & Gender in Silicon Valley" course; wrote response to James Damore's "Google Memo" featured in the Economist magazine; research and publication focus is in computer science education esp. equitable classroom practices
cbl@stanford.eduhttps://profiles.stanford.edu/48960
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Dr. Jan Cuny
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Dr. Leigh Ann DeLyser@lsudolAdvocateGirlsAll
Co-Founder & Managing Partner CSforALL, CS PhD, 10 year teaching veteran, author, advocate, early leader of NYC CS4ALL efforts, Founding member NYC Academy for Software Engineering, researcher
leighann@csforall.orgwww.csforall.org1997
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Dr. Marlo Barnett@MarlobarnettAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllVP for CS4IL and VP for CSTA (Chicago)
viceprseident@cs4IL.org
https://www.cs4il.org/
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Dr. Nicki Washington@dr_nickiwAdvocateWomen & GirlsPeople of Color
CS professor, author of Unapologetically Dope: Lessons for Black Women and Girls on Surviving and Thriving in the Tech Field, and K-12 standards and curriculum developer
nicki@nickiwashington.com
www.nickiwashington.com2006
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ERAU Women's Engineering InstituteOrganizationWomenAll
Consortium that advocates for recruiting and retention of women, people of color, etc in higher education, to include both faculty and students.
jafers@erau.edu2015
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FabFems@fabfemsOrganizationWomen & GirlsAllShare your past. Spark a future.
kpeterson@ngcproject.org
www.fabfems.org2009
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First Bytes@UTCompSciOrganizationGirlsAll
A 1 week residential camp program for high school girls inrested in learning the potential of computing and the excitement of problem solving.
maria_trevino@utexas.edu
https://www.cs.utexas.edu/outreach/camps/first-bytes
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Gail Chapman
@GailLChapman
Advocate
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GEMS@gemsmathOrganizationGirlsAll25 years of STEM clubs for girls all over the worldgems@purdue.eduwww.gems.education.purdue.edu1994
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GenderMag@GenderMagOrganizationWomenAll
Free process for software professionals to remove gender biases from their software front-ends
burnett@oregonstate.edu
http://gendermag.org2014
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Girl Knows Tech@girlknowstechAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
I founded Girl Knows Tech with the objective of inspiring women and girls to get into tech. I'm active on Instagram (32k+ followers) and YouTube (7k+ subscribers) as well!
marie@girlknowstech.com
https://girlknowstech.com2016
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Girl Scouts of the USA@girlscoutsOrganizationGirlsAll
Girl Scouts offers the best leadership development experience for girls in the world.
sharper@girlscouts.org
https://www.girlscouts.org/en/our-program/our-program/stem.html
1912
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GirlCon Chicago@girlconchicagoOrganizationGirlsAll
One day conference uniting 300+ young women in tech in the Chicago area.
girlconchicago@gmail.com
www.girlconchicago.com2018
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Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest@girlsincpnwOrganizationGirlsLow IncomeGirls Inc. inspires girls to be strong, smart, and bold. megan@girlsincpnw.orggirlsincpnw.org1864
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Girls Make Games
@GirlsMakeGames
OrganizationGirlsAll
Girls Make Games is a series of summer camps, workshops and game jams designed to inspire the next generation of designers, creators, and engineers.
info@girlsmakegames.com
www.girlsmakegames.com2014
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Girls of Steel Robotics
@TheGirlsofSteel
OrganizationGirlsAll
FIRST Robotics Team for High School Girls (Pittsburgh, PA) founded by Carnegie Mellon University
girlsofsteelrobotics@gmail.com
http://girlsofsteelrobotics.com/2010
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Girls Teaching Girls to CodeOrganizationGirlsAll
Girls Teaching Girls to Code is a program where college women in Computer Science teach Bay Area high school girls to code. Students learn programming basics, build exciting projects, and develop strong relationships with mentors in the field.
http://www.girlsteachinggirlstocode.org/2012
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GirlsComputingLeague
@girlscomputing
OrganizationGirlsLow Income
National nonprofit working to provide access to higher CS educational resources for low-income students and teachers through workshops and conferences.
info@girlscomputingleague.org
girlscomputingleague.org2015
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Girlstart@girlstartOrganizationGirlsAll
Girlstart’s mission is to increase girls’ interest and engagement in STEM through innovative, nationally-recognized informal STEM education programs.
chelsey@girlstart.orggirlstart.org1997
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GoldieBlox@goldiebloxOrganizationGirlsAll
GoldieBlox creates content, products and experiences to get girls interested in STEM.
stephanie@goldieblox.com
www.goldieblox.com2012
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Heather Benedict@technovinciAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllTeacher educator and curriculm consultant.
heather@heatherbenedict.com
heatherbenedict.com2008
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Holly Boothroyd@HerhelloworldAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Microsoft Software Engineer who provides mentorship on my @Herhelloworld page and at the Microsoft DigiGirlz days where I am also a co-organizer for the London events.
hollyboothroyd@hotmail.com
Hollyboothroyd.com 2018
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Ileana Ordonez@illlyoAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
ileana.s.ordonez@gmail.com
www.ileanaordonez.com2017
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Imagine Your STEM FutureOrganizationGirls & Non-BinaryAll
STEM mentoring program for HS girls to increase interest and self-concept in STEM
mlhiggins@email.arizona.edu
www.stem.arizona.edu2012
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INTech Camp for Girls@intechcampOrganizationGirlsAA/Black
We inform and inspire Black, Latinx, and Native American girls to innovate in the technology industry
press@intechcamp.orghttp://intechcamp.org2014
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Jamika Burge@jdburgeAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllComputer scientist who is both a practitioner and a researcher
jamika.burge@gmail.com
https://jamikaburge.com/2000
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Jane Margolis
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Joan Freese
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Joanna Goode
@joannagoode13
Advocate
https://education.uoregon.edu/users/goode
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Kaki Flynn@kakiflynnWomen & GirlsLGTBQIntersection of Technology & Explorationkakisxsw@gmail.comwww.KakiFlynn.us2016
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Karen Hare
@KarenHarePhD
AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Computer Scientist and interdisciplinary research collaborator who promotes STEM inclusion for students of color.
hare.karen@gmail.com1994
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Karen North@TedE4CSAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllComputer Science Education researcher and connector.knorth@wt.netwww.build-a-brain.com1985
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KatieCoders@SiriSenseiOrganizationGirlsAll
Computational thinking and coding teaching lab and extracurricular for teacher educators
ssanderson2@stkate.edu
http://katiecoders.weebly.com/2013
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Khalia Braswell@khaliabraswellAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllDigital diva striving to make a social change using technologypress@intechcamp.orghttp://khaliabraswell.com2008
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KIKIvsIT@KIKIvsITAdvocateWomen & Non-BinaryAllVideos to inspire teachers with a non-male slantKIKIvsIT@gmail.comyoutube.com/KIKIvsIT2011
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Kim Gerst@ksgerstAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Instructional leader and coach bringing support to women in tech in Twin Cities
kgerst@stkate.edu
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Kim Wilkens@kimxtomAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
I founded Tech-Girls and am a founding board member of Charlottesville Women in Tech. I am passionate about transforming technology users into technology creators, collaborators & activists.
kim@tech-girls.orghttp://www.techgirlsproject.com/2010
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Laura Reasoner JonesAdvocateGirlsAllHave been working in gender equity since 1994lrjones806@gmail.com
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Leap Into Technology@litleapintotechOrganizationGirlsAll
LIT is an international nonprofit that shows middle school girls applications of technology outside of just programming.
leapintotechnology@gmail.com
www.leapintotechnology.org2016
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Lindsey Engineeress
@the_engineeress
AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
I run a Instagram documenting the life of a female engineer in effort to show young girls they have potential in our field and give women the confidence to stay in STEM.
Lindsey.engineeress@gmail.com
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Listen Community Consulting@listencommOrganizationWomen & Non-BinaryAll
Listen Community Consulting is a sustainable developer community growth agency committed to building inclusive and diverse developer communities and making tech more welcoming for all.
sj@listen.communityhttp://listen.community2019
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Lobo Women in Computing@lobo_wics OrganizationWomen & GirlsAllStudent Women in Computing club @University of New Mexicolobo.wics@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/LoboWomenInComputing/
2012?
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Margaret Burnett
@burnettmmosu
AdvocateWomenAll
Equity advocate dedicated to gender-inclusivity of software, GenderMag co-lead, and pioneer woman in CS, in the profession since 1971.
burnett@oregonstate.edu
http://web.engr.oregonstate.edu/~burnett/
1971
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Marilu Duque@STEMLatinaAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
STEM Education advocate for low-income and minority communities across NYC and FL.
stemlatina@gmail.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariluduque/
2011
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Maryland Center for Computing Education@cs4mdOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
The MCCE is designed to expand access to high-quality Pre-Kindergarten-12 (P-12) computing education by strengthening educator skills and increasing the number of computer science teachers in elementary and secondary education.
dogrady@usmd.eduwww.cs4md.com2018
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Michelle Higgins@mlhiggins44AdvocateWomen & GirlsAllConsultant for broader impacts and broadening participation in STEM
mlhiggins@email.arizona.edu
www.stem.arizona.edu2014
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Million Women Mentors PAAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Nationally affiliated group of women in STEM mentoring girls across PA
jamie.bracey@temple.edu
www.millionwomenmentors.org/pa2016
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Montana Girls STEM Collaborative@MTGirlsSTEMOrganizationGirlsAll
State chapter of National Girls Collaborative Project-champions for engaging and inspiring girls to consider STEM careers and studies.
taylor@montana.eduhttp://ngcproject.org/montana2012
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NCWIT@NCWITOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Non-profit community of more than 1,100 universities, companies, non-profits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase girls’ and women’s meaningful participation in computing.
info@ncwit.orgwww.ncwit.org2005
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NGCP@ngcprojectOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
Advancing the gender equity agenda for programs serving girls in STEM
kpeterson@ngcproject.org
www.ngcproject.org2001
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Omika Suryawanshi@om1kaAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Advocate for all minorities, but especially women, across the board. Founder of The Admit List, Leap Into Tech, latter of which impacts thousants of girls worldwide/year.
me@omika.mewww.omika.me2011
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PI 515@lovepi515OrganizationLow Income
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Quincy Brown@quincykbrownAdvocateWomen & GirlsAA/Black
Computer Science PhD who supports black women and girls in computing through research and practice
quincykbrown@gmail.com
www.quincykbrown.com2005
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Refactor@UIUC@refactoruiucOrganizationWomen & GirlsAllUIUC's first women in tech conference and organization
ananya@refactoruiuc.com
http://refactoruiuc.com2019
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RockEDU at The Rockefeller University@rockedu_OrganizationGirls & Non-BinaryAll
Connecting science and K-12 communities through culturally sensitive programming, including the promotion of women, non-binary, minorities in STEM
outreach@rockefeller.edu
www.rockefeller.edu/outreach2012
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Ruthe Farmer@RutheFAdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
National equity advocate dedicated to inclusion in tech (especially girls and women) since 2001, chief evangelist @CSforALL, former White House OSTP.
ruthe@csforall.orghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ruthefarmer/2001
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SciGirls@scigirlsOrganizationGirlsAll
SciGirls is a PBS Kids show that encourages girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM.
https://pbskids.org/scigirls/home
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She Codes Art @SheCodesArtOrganizationGirlsPeople of Color
Our mission is to combat the lack of diversity in tech fields by increasing interest in computer science.
shecodesart@gmail.com
https://www.shecodesart.org/
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She++@sheplusplusOrganizationWomenAll"empowering women to make their mark on tech"
directors@sheplusplus.org
http://www.sheplusplus.com/2012
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SheTEM@she4stemOrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
A nonprofit organization dedicated towards encouraging girls of all socioeconomic backgrounds to pursue STEM careers through YouTube and other social media by sharing real life stories of women in STEM fields.
she4stem@gmail.comhttps://www.shetem.org/2018
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Shreya Nallapati
@ShreyaNallapati
AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
Founder of NeverAgainTech, which has a team of 200 young girls using Artificial Intelligence to prevent mass shootings. Working with @Gianna Williams to use AI to help police brutality/gun violence in POC inner city communities.
nallapati.shreya@gmail.com
neveragaintech.org
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Silvia Cristina Stegaru@silvia_stegaru AdvocateWomen & GirlsAll
I am the co-founder of Codette, an organization focused on helping close the gender gap, increasing diversity and promoting inclusion for all ages, all levels of experience and all tech branches.
silvia.stegaru@codette.ro
https://codette.ro/2014
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Stanford WITOrganizationWomenAll
Stanford WIT is a university wide program that advances gender representation, engagement, and support. Through networking, workshops, mentoring, and morethe group helps foster a supportive environment where all people feel respected and supported.
daivaz@stanford.edu
https://itcommunity.stanford.edu/programs/ideal-it/wit
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STEM Atlanta Women, Inc.
@stematlantawomen
OrganizationWomen & GirlsAll
To enlighten, educate and empower middle and high school girls to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and to acquire the skills needed to compete and succeed in the 21st Century through project-based learning, problem-solving activities
maxine@stematlantawomen.org
www.stematlantawomen.org2016
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STEM From Dance
@STEMFromDance
OrganizationGirlsPeople of Color
We give girls of color access to a STEM education by using dance to empower, educate, and encourage them
info@stemfromdance.org
www.stemfromdance.org2012
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Suzi Taylor@BozemanSuziAdvocateWomen & GirlsAllCo-leader of Montana Girls STEM Collaborativetaylor@montana.edu
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Tech-Girls@teentechgirlsOrganizationGirlsAll
Tech-Girls is on mission to empower K-12 girls to imagine and achieve their future dreams in our tech-savvy world.
kim@tech-girls.orghttp://www.tech-girls.org2012
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