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SIM Women

SIM Women

SIM is an association of over 3500 senior IT executives, prominent academicians, selected consultants, and other IT thought leaders built on the foundation of local chapters, who come together to share and enhance their rich intellectual capital for the benefit of its members and their organizations.  They strongly believe in: the alignment of IT and business as a valued partnership, the creation and sharing of best practices, IT management and leadership skills development that enables their members growth at each stage of their career, the replenishment and education of future IT leaders including a strong role in influencing university curriculums and continuing education, working with the IT industry to shape its direction, policies and legislation that stimulate innovation, economic development, healthy competition and IT job creation and serving each community and the industry through giving and outreach.

  • Kristen Lamoreaux,
  • Jana Markowitz
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Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a non-profit educational and service organization that gives women the tools they need to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their contributions as engineers and leaders. SWE provides an array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, and outreach and advocacy activities that help make engineering a desirable career choice for women.

  • Betty Shanahan,
  • Randy Freedman
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Tech Savvy Women

Tech Savvy Women is an organization that brings Technology focused Women across various industries and disciplines together to create and foster relationships while enhancing their knowledge of technology.

  • JJ DiGeronimo
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TechieChic Meetup

TechieChic Meetup is a women focused technology group in Atlanta. The focus for the group is to allow women to bring real-life work issues to the meetups and work collaboratively to solve them. Ultimately, the goal is to make a change by empowering and encouraging other women in the field. From beginner to expert, there is something for all skill levels. 

  • Erica Baity

Vegas 2.0

A transient, a local or a weekend Vegas Warrior, they are THE Las Vegas InfoSec group. Their members are long time DEF CON and Computer Security Industry avant guards. When they are not planning theSummit, they spend their free cycles conjuring up Social Engineering, Web and Windows attacks. They are always looking for new locals to Las Vegas OR frequent visitors to stop by their labs conveniently located in North Las Vegas.

  • Jennifer Imhoff-Dousharm,
  • Robert Imhoff-Dousharm
Women & Hi Tech

Women & Hi Tech

Women and Hi Tech is an organization of women and men whose goal is to attract, develop, retain, support and promote women who are interested in technology, through networking, role modeling, education and professional development.

  • Tiffany Trusty,
  • Erin Hervey,
  • Jane Richardson
Women @ Intel Network

Women @ Intel Network

Intel strives to delight their customers, employees, and shareholders by relentlessly delivering the platform and technology advancements that become essential to the way they work and live.

  • Patti Sarr
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Women in Technology Education Foundation

Women in Technology Education Foundation (WIT Education Foundation) is a nonprofit organization that empowers women and girls to change the world by providing scholarships and financial support to programs that foster interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related careers.  It was founded in 2003 with seed grants from Washington D.C. technology entrepreneurs Mario Marino (Legent) and John Sidgmore (UUNET/MCI) as the philanthropic arm of Women in Technology (WIT).

 

WIT Education Foundation is committed to seeking out and supporting area school-sponsored, community and WIT programs that use education to create awareness and excitement in the pursuit of careers in these critical disciplines.  Through WIT Education Foundation’s efforts, thousands of girls and young women in the metropolitan DC area have learned about the exciting opportunities available to them in STEM careers.

  • Tricia Boland
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Women of AT&T

Women of AT&T is an organization representing 14,900+ members with 42 chapters across the United States.  It’s mission is to connect and inspire members to achieve their goals and to effect change in the community.  The organization offers opportunities such as Mentoring Circles, extensive networking and community service opportunities, and programs for personal and professional growth.

  • Rachel Book

Women Who Code (Denver/Boulder)

Women Who Code are women who code in any framework, with any experience level, from any size company, for any reason. Women Who Code supports women in their coding aspirations -- whether you are a fulltime programmer looking to expand her network or a first-time beginner looking to try her hand at writing code. Women Who Code is an offshoot of Women Who Code (SF), and looks forward to growing the female developer community in the state of Colorado.

  • Katie Weiss

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