Maureen Biggers, Ph.D.

Maureen Biggers
Indiana University
Co-founder and Executive Director

Dr. Maureen Biggers, Co-founder and Executive Director, of the Indiana University Center of Excellence for Women & Technology where she helped launch the Male Advocates and Allies for Equity initiative. She has been active in broadening participation in computing initiatives for more than 15 years. While serving as Assistant Dean for Diversity in Computing at Georgia Tech and Indiana University, and as a champion in the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Pacesetter program, she led successful efforts to significantly increase the number of women studying computing. Maureen has served as co-chair and is a current Advisory Board member for the NCWIT Academic Alliance, currently serves as co-chair of the Indiana ECEP team and is co-PI on the national Leadership Team for the ECEP 2.0 Alliance.

 

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