Renewed Multimedia Campaign Features Latinas in Tech

Have You Met the TECHNOLOchicas 3.0?

From optical and materials engineers at NASA to an intern and a graduate student, get to know the eleven Latinas who are thriving in tech in their own words: online videos and biographies profile their various paths to success, and reveal a day in their lives at work and at home. [www.technolochicas.org]

Why We Need TECHNOLOchicas

Latinas occupied only one percent of jobs in the computing workforce in 2017. Qualified, diverse talent is needed to fill an estimated 3.5 million computing-related job openings expected by 2026, and Latinas represent a vastly untapped talent pool. [www.ncwit.org/bythenumbers]

TECHNOLOchicas underscores the critical need to acknowledge, celebrate, and raise visibility for Latinas in tech by focusing on the interests, strengths, and needs of the Latino community. First launched in 2015, this multi-media campaign features the powerful stories of Latinas in technology from diverse backgrounds and environments, in the face of their underrepresentation in technology.

Bring the TECHNOLOchicas to You

  • Educators: invite the TECHNOLOchicas to your school. TECHNOLOchicas Ambassadors can facilitate workshops, share about their own educational and professional journeys, and answer questions about what it’s like to work in the tech field.

  • Other professionals: host the TECHNOLOchicas for special events. TECHNOLOchicas Ambassadors can participate in outreach events, facilitate trainings, give keynote talks, and more.

Ready to bring them to you, or have an idea for a collaboration? Click the “Contact” button in the top, right-hand corner of technolochicas.org to set up an in-person or virtual visit.

Spread the Word, and Tag Others

  • Follow TECHNOLOchicas on social media! Get the latest on inspiring stories of Latinas in tech and highlights from TECHNOLOchicas events. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram so that you won’t miss a thing.

  • Start a Latina on their TECHNOLOchicas ambassadorship journey. Know a Latina in tech who is 18 years of age or older and studies or works in a tech field? Directing them to the “Sign Up” form opens up a way for them to encourage younger Latinas to get involved in computing: go to TECHNOLOchicas.org, and click the “Sign Up” button in the top, right-hand corner.

  • Organize a viewing party of TECHNOLOchicas 3.0 campaign videos for your colleagues, students, or friends and family.


TECHNOLOchicas is co-produced by NCWIT and Televisa Foundation. TECHNOLOchicas is made possible through the support of Apple, Dell/EMC, Google, Intel, AT&T, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Univision, and the Computing Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institutions (CASHI).