- Aspirations in Computing
- Race and Intersectionality
- Summit General
- Summit Plenary
2022 Pioneer In Tech Award Winner: Poppy Northcutt
The NCWIT Pioneer in Tech Award recognizes technical women whose lifetime contributions have significantly impacted the landscape of technological innovation, amplifying the importance of capitalizing on the diverse perspectives that girls and women can bring to the table. In this session, we celebrate the 2022 recipient, Frances “Poppy” Northcutt.
“A Queer Endeavor: Inclusive K-12 Education” With Dr. Bethy Leonardi and Dr. Sara Staley
Want to learn about creating cultures that are affirming of gender and sexual diversity? This session focuses on the K-12 space and will also touch on ways curriculum can be made more inclusive.
“A Queer Endeavor: Queering Leadership” With Dr. Bethy Leonardi and Dr. Sara Staley
ant to learn about creating cultures that are affirming of gender and sexual diversity? This workshop series brings attention to policy, climate, and social and cultural norms and practices.
“Navigating the New Normal: Renewal, Allyship, & Joy During Twin Pandemics” With Dr. Damon A. Williams
Nationally recognized DEI scholar and expert Dr. Damon A. Williams leads this discussion on Inclusive Excellence, strategic diversity leadership, and allyship in learning environments and in the workplace, and offers simple, yet effective strategies for how leaders can level-up from bystander to up-stander.
“Powertilt: Examining Power, Influence, and the Myth of Meritocracy” With Dr. Catherine Ashcraft and Dr. Brad McLain
Lack of influence in key innovation processes results in what we term a powertilt phenomenon — that is, a differential distribution of power and influence along lines of gender, race, and other intersecting social identities. We present findings from our study examining what counts as power and how it operates on technical teams.
“Harnessing Power for Positive Impact” With Dr. Julie Battilana
In this live talk, Dr. Julie Battilana discusses the fundamentals of power, debunks the common myths surrounding it, and reveals how to harness power for positive impact in our lives and in the world.
Who Invents IT? Women’s Participation in Information Technology Patenting (2022 Update)
In 2007 and 2012, the National Center for Women & Information Technology, in partnership with 1790 Analytics, published prior reports on gendered patterns in IT …
By the Numbers (pocket sized)
The most compelling statistics on women’s participation in IT, in a pocket-sized format for easy distribution and saving.
NCWIT Resources for Community Colleges
The NCWIT Academic Alliance Community College Involvement Team has selected the resources below as particularly relevant to the community college context: Recruitment (View collection.) Retention, …
NCWIT AspireIT Toolkit: Informational Flyer
Download this one-page flyer to share with others everything the AspireIT Toolkit has to offer.
Academic Alliance Poster
NCWIT Academic Alliance member representatives can use this poster to announce their commitment to broadening participation in computing. The poster can be displayed on office …
The Action to Catalyze Tech (ACT) Report: A Cross-Industry, Multi-Stakeholder Report
The ACT Report is a collaboration led by four key partners — Snap Inc., NCWIT, PwC, and the Aspen Institute — as part of an …