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Camp Fire National Headquarters

Camp Fire provides a nurturing, constructive and fun environment for young people to discover their sparks—unique skills, passions, and interests—and adopt a growth mindset. They chart their own course to healthy habits, community leadership, and connection to nature in collaboration with trained, caring adults. And, in turn, Camp Fire youth give back by sharing those skills in their communities.

James Martinson

ChickTech

ChickTech is dedicated to retaining women in the technology workforce and increasing the number of women and girls pursuing technology-based careers. We do this in two ways. First, we facilitate hands-on technology-centric programs and events to empower, support, and increase the confidence of women and girls.  Through these, we build community, empower participants to see themselves as leaders and technologists, and provide networking and mentoring opportunities in the rapidly growing high tech industry. Second, we work to change the culture of the technology industry to ensure a welcoming and equal environment for all people.

Janice Levenhagen-Seeley

Code Circle

Code Circle is an international youth-driven nonprofit working to provide engaging, free courses to teach middle schoolers the design, logic, and engineering behind computer science.

Kyle Zolkin

Code Nation

Code Nation equips students in under-resourced high schools with the skills, experiences, and connections that together create access to careers in technology. With a volunteer teaching corps of 300 technology professionals and a powerful network of school and company partners, we bring coding courses and work-based learning programs to students who attend under-resourced high schools. Students leave Code Nation programs career-ready, with a holistic set of skills, competencies, and resources that set them up for success: technical skills, professional skills, connections in the industry, work experience, confidence and sense of belonging.

Code.org

Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to growing computer programming education.  Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.  We believe computer science should be part of the core curriculum in education, alongside other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, such as biology, physics, chemistry and algebra.

Cameron Wilson, Laura Kline, Hadi Partovi, Brook Osborne

Code/Interactive

Code/Interactive is a nonprofit that inspires the next generation of tech leaders from underserved communities with teacher professional development, school partnerships, entrepreneurship and mentorship events, and student opportunities.

Tom O'Connell

College Board

The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. The College Board serves students and their parents, high schools, and colleges through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. The College Board is committed to equity, and achieves this through various studies of its tests, such as a longitudinal test comparing SAT-Verbal scores of men and women.
Stephanie Sanford

College Options Foundation

College Options Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to students of military families, cadets in JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) and students interested in STEM disciplines. COF also serves a diverse community of students who derived from underrepresented and often underserved communities. Through project based learning, COF exposes and engages students in STEM pathways.

Ben Minnifield

Committee for Children

As we strive to promote the safety, well-being, and success of children in school and in life, Committee for Children is proud to provide tools that help children thrive. We work with educators, parents, policymakers, and partner organizations to deliver research-based programs, advocate for public policies, and provide leadership in our field. We believe education and prevention efforts that begin in early childhood and continue into adulthood achieve the greatest impact.

Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)

The Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) is a membership organization that supports and promotes the teaching of computer science. CSTA provides opportunities for K–12 teachers and their students to better understand computer science and to more successfully prepare themselves to teach and learn. Founded by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) in 2004, CSTA has grown into a dynamic and vibrant organization of professionals interested in supporting computer science education in K-12. We are developing new programs focused on the “Big IDEA” (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) to support computer science education for all students.

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