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Winston-Salem State University

Winston-Salem State University

Winston-Salem State University, a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina, is a historically black university that today is a recognized regional institution offering baccalaureate and graduate programs to a diverse student population. U.S. News and World Report has ranked the university among Top Public Comprehensive Colleges in the South - Bachelor's Category for the last nine years (2001-2009). Preparing diverse students for success in the 21st Century, Winston-Salem State University offers quality educational programs at the baccalaureate and graduate levels. Students are engaged in active and experiential learning and have access to education through flexible delivery modes. The University is dedicated to the development of students through excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. As a comprehensive, historically Black constituent institution of the University of North Carolina, Winston-Salem State University contributes to the social, cultural, intellectual and economic growth of the region, North Carolina and beyond.

  • Rebecca Caldwell,
  • Darina Dicheva,
  • Elva Jones,
  • Jinghua Zhang

Winthrop University

Winthrop University, nationally recognized for its quality and value, is a comprehensive institution of higher education that embodies the characteristics essential to being one of the best universities of its kind: a carefully selected student body of high academic achievement and cultural diversity; a national caliber curriculum of the arts, sciences, and professions; a residential educational experience emphasizing personal identity and close relationships; and values that emphasize deep learning, quality teaching, and engaged public service. Winthrop’s mission emphasizes the university’s collective responsibility to help students “acquire and develop knowledge, skills, capabilities and values that enrich their lives and prepare them to meet the needs and challenges of the contemporary world including the ability to communicate effectively, appreciate diversity, work collaboratively, synthesize knowledge, solve complex problems and adapt to change.

  • Marguerite Doman
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 Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN)

Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) is a national not-for-profit organization with over 600 members from engineering schools, small businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, and non-profit organizations. WEPAN works to transform culture in engineering education to attract, retain, and graduate women. With a clear focus on research-based issues and solutions, WEPAN helps its members develop a highly prepared, diverse engineering workforce for tomorrow. WEPAN's network of members on 150 college and university campuses reaches 42,890 female engineering students or 60% of the female engineering students through campus-based programs and initiatives (WEPAN membership data and American Society of Engineering Educators [ASEE] Data Management System data). WEPAN's Institutional Members have an average 15% higher enrollment of women in engineering, than non-member campuses.

  • C. Diane Matt
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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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Women's High Tech Coalition

The Women’s High Tech Coalition (WHTC) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), non-partisan organization that promotes the exchange of ideas among leaders in the public and private sectors whose focus is technology, innovation and the development of public policy related to technology.

  • Melissa (Missy) Cortese Foxman
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World Wide Workshop

World Wide Workshop develops applications for learning with technology that combine game mechanics and social networking to empower youth to be inventors and leaders in the global knowledge economy. Their programs transform education by connecting youth to learning, community engagement and economic development through game production.

  • Idit Caperton

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