Affinity Alliance Members

ReigningIt

ReigningIt is building an inclusive, caring community of support for women in STEM. Our story-sharing platform celebrates the hard-fought successes that unrelenting determination brings. Together, we are closing the gender gap in STEM by building a strong, empowered network of mentorship and support system to reign our lives.

  • Saqi Mehta

Relay Graduate School of Education

Relay's mission is to teach teachers and school leaders to develop in all students the academic skills and strength of character needed to succeed in college and life.

  • Stephanie Nelson

Rewriting the Code

Rewriting the Code is a 501(c)(3) created to develop a community of exceptional college women with a passion for technology to become the next generation of engineers and tech leaders.

  • Sue Harnett
RichTech Women In Technology Forum

RichTech Women In Technology Forum

The Rich Tech Women In Technology Forum is designed to provide networking, mentoring and educational opportunities for women involved at all levels of technology centric businesses or organizations. The mission of the forum is to be a catalyst in growing the interest of science, technology, math and engineering among today’s young women.  The council organizes an inaugural Women ETC (Education, Technology, Careers) event that provides professional development, education, and collaboration amongst its participants. 
 
The Forum is a part of RichTech which is a Richmond, VA based Technology Council that is a member-driven association of businesses and organizations working together to ensure the continued growth of central Virginia’s dynamic technology based economy.
  • Robby Demeria

Rutgers Center for Women and Work

The Center for Women and Work is a leader in research, education, and programs that promote economic and social equity for women workers, their families, and their communities.

As part of its multi-faceted research and policy work, The School of Management and Labor Relations' Center for Women and Work (CWW):

  • Addresses women's advancement in the workplace
  • Conducts cutting-edge research on successful public and workplace policies
  • Provides technical assistance and programs to educators, industry, and governments
  • Engages issues that directly affect the living standards of New Jersey's and the nation's working families
  • Elaine Zundl
SANS Institute

SANS Institute

Scientista Foundation

The Scientista Foundation is a national organization that empowers pre-professional women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through content, communities, and conferences. Currently the largest network of campus women across STEM disciplines, Scientista serves to connect all communities of women in STEM at campuses across the nation, giving such important organizations more visibility and resources, and building a strong, cohesive network of women in science that can act as one voice.

  • Julia Tartaglia

She Geeks Out

She Geeks Out fosters diversity and inclusion through events, networking and education. Our mission is to create an inclusive culture that values and upholds diversity. We connect passionate individuals from all walks of life. We provide the guidance necessary to help develop talents and skills in order to enact organizational transformations. She Geeks Out supports a welcoming network, enables mentorship, supports girls, advances women, and encourages every woman to proudly fly their geek flag.

  • Felicia Jadczak

SHE++

SHE++, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, works to empower underrepresented groups in technology by dismantling negative stereotypes surrounding technical careers.  We aim to dispel the misconception that computer science is not a career for women and minorities by rebranding what it means to be a technologist.

  • Terra Terwilliger

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.

  • Deborah DeCorrevont, Nanci Schimizzi, Kristen Lamoreaux

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