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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

TechAlabama / Ed Farm

The mission of TechAlabama is to increase the number of people in Alabama with an interest in STEM based careers and the skills to pursue those careers. 

TechAlabama's signature program is Ed Farm. Ed Farm equips educators in schools and communities with innovative tools and teaching strategies that support active learning for all students.


TechBirmingham serves as the voice of technology for the Greater Birmingham region and strives to promote, grow, and connect our ecosystem

Deon Gordon

TechConnect West Virginia

TechConnectWV is a non-profit coalition committed to the advancement of the innovation economy in West Virginia, focused on four technology sectors: advanced energy, chemicals and advanced materials, biosciences, and biometrics. With broad representation from private industry, the public sector, and higher education, TechConnectWV seeks to diversify the state’s economy, promote economic prosperity and create high-paying jobs. In addition, TechConnectWV hosts an annual Women & Technology Conference to encourage and support women to pursue careers in technology sectors.


Anne Barth

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. 

TechPoint (Indy Women in Tech)

TechPoint, a non-profit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology sector.

Emily Trimble

The Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation protects and promotes the ideals of freedom and generous collaboration established through the development of Linux, and shares these ideals to power any endeavor aiming to make the future a better place in which to live. By supporting the kernel development community and fostering collaboration on a truly massive scale, the Linux Foundation unites thousands of curious minds in the free and open exchange of ideas. We are here to provide the crucial services and collaborative infrastructure to continue Linux's advancement and protection, and we're here to serve as a tour guide for companies who need to build an open source strategy for their business and make the most of the new collaborative software economy.
Karen Vuong

The Trill Project, Inc

Trill Project’s mission is to change the Internet for good.
We are an anonymous, safe, and supportive social network
where users build each other up, not tear each other down.
Our application fosters high quality, intimate connections
across peers in diverse communities.
We value trust and honesty. Our users trust that their data is
privately secured and their safety is prioritized through access
to professional crisis resources. In return, our users are able
to freely express their unbashed and unfiltered selves,
especially during uncertain and transformative times.
Georgia Messinger

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), established in 1987, is named for the U.S. Supreme Court's first African-American Justice. TMCF represents all Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and its member-schools include publicly-supported HBCUs. With TMCF member-schools educating 80% of all students attending HBCUs, TMCF helps students with a clear intention to succeed acquire a high-quality college education at an affordable cost. TMCF also efficiently connects high-performing, world-ready students with plum employment opportunities — access that students or employers might not have on their own. Through its scholarships and programs, TMCF plays a key role in preparing the leaders of tomorrow.
TMCF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization. For more information about TMCF and its initiatives,

Turing School of Software & Design

The Turing School of Software & Design is a full-time, in-person, seven-month technical training program with proven outcomes in employment in the tech industry for our alumni. As one of the only nonprofit coding bootcamps, we answer to no investors or outside interests. We make decisions based on what will lead to the best learning experience and job outcomes for students. 

Our mission is to unlock human potential by training a diverse, inclusive student body to succeed in high-fulfillment technical careers. We are a community committed to challenging ourselves and each other to build the knowledge, skills, and understanding needed for long-term success.


Anna Kummerlowe