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STEM for Her

STEM for Her, formerly known as Women in Technology Education Foundation, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, based in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. area that promotes education to create awareness, excitement, and opportunities among girls and young women to pursue successful STEM-related careers.
STEM for Her is focused on championing programs and initiatives that foster enthusiasm and empower girls and young women to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and math fields of study. The Foundation offers financial support in a variety of ways as it works towards its vision of empowering women to change the world by excelling in STEM-related careers.


  • Diane Griffin

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. 

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

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

Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA)

 Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) represents Washington’s entire tech industry, from startups to small and medium sized businesses to multinational corporations, as well as the service providers that focus on these companies. WTIA builds powerful relationships among industry, education, and government leaders who want to work together to make Washington the leading technology community in the world, primarily focusing on developing or attracting new tech talent, improving access to capital for entrepreneurs, and creating an environment where innovative technologies can emerge and thrive.

  • Julie Pham
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 for the Web

We are a community group focused on encouraging women to engage in new technology, share their expertise, and inspire community women working in the web.

Women Who Code (DC)

Women Who Code is a global non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. We provide an avenue into tech, empower women with skills needed for professional advancement, and provide environments where networking and mentorship are valued. The organization has executed more than 1,200 free events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 20,000, and has a presence in 15 countries.

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