NCWIT CEO and Co-founder Lucy Sanders officially welcomes attendees to the 2018 NCWIT Summit.
Meet the TECHNOLOchicas 3.0, and learn about this ongoing initiative to raises awareness among young Latinas and their families about opportunities and careers in technology.
2018 NCWIT Summit – “What Would You Say If… Helping Change Leaders Respond to Microaggressions, Bias, and Other Nonsense” Workshop by Colleen Lewis
Learn practical strategies for what you can do, as a change leader to make your classroom, workplace, or program more inclusive.
2018 NCWIT Summit – Plenary II, Pink Brain, Blue Brain: What’s the Real Story When It Comes To “Gender Differences” presented by Lise Eliot
[upbeat music] Man: A break for lunch, all right. Now? Woman: Not yet, don’t do it. [upbeat music] JEFF FORBES: Hello, hope you guys had
2018 NCWIT Summit – Plenary III, TECHNOLOchicas 3.0 presented by Jannie Fernandez and the Reel WiT Award presented by Yvonne Melton
[upbeat music] DARON GREEN: Hi there, thank you. My name is Daron Green, and I’m in charge of the research operations and academic relations team
2018 NCWIT Summit – The Joanne Cohoon Memorial Plenary, #MeToo, Men & Tech: Possibilities & Perils in a Time of Change presented by Jackson Katz
[upbeat music ] [audience applauding] LUCY SANDERS: Oh, that’s horrible. Hello. Audience: Hello. LUCY SANDERS: Oh, good, good, good. Hi, I’m Lucy Sanders, I’m the
May 15-17, 2018 in Grapevine, Texas. The 2018 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.
After her graduation in 1969, Lorinda Cherry worked for a few years as a Fortran programmer, but she found it “very boring” to constantly write