Slides from Melissa Thomas-Hunt’s workshop, “Leveraging Expertise to Drive Team Innovation & Performance: What Gets in the Way and How to Get Rid of It?”
Slides from Rachael King’s workshop, “Why You Should Never Raffle Off an iPad… (Unless You’re Apple).”
Slides from Raquell Holmes’s workshop, “From recognition to action: What do you do to challenge inequities?”
May 19-21, 2014 in Newport Beach, California. The 2014 NCWIT Summit convened hundreds of change leaders from our community of educators, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and social scientists to discuss research, ideas, and action items for narrowing the gap. Creating change for women in tech is not a job for one individual or one organization. Each year, the NCWIT Summit offers an environment for peers to learn, strategize, and celebrate as they work on this very important mission.
Eleanor Kolchin graduated from Brooklyn College in 1947 with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. She was treasurer of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national honorary mathematics