Rachel Greenberg Matz
Rachel Greenberg Matz serves as the Director for the growing K-12 Alliance at the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). In this role, Rachel is responsible for developing and managing K-12 related programs and projects, working with member representative from numerous organizations around the country to advance girls' meaningful participation in IT. Before joining NCWIT, Rachel worked as the Director of Operations at the Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society's (ATLAS) Assessment and Research Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Additionally, Rachel has worked in technical and managerial positions at various software start-up and robotics companies.
Rachel has a Masters of Business Administration, specialization in Information Technology and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
In her spare time, Rachel enjoys spending time in the mountains with her kids and dog.