Category: Women in tech

The history of Kimberly Bryant:
The founder of Black Girls Code

The definition of inclusiveness has been changing with time, according to UNICEF, inclusiveness in education means all children in the same[...]

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller: First female computer science PhD

When we tell you that we are about to share the story of an extraordinary computer scientist who was born in 1913, what comes to mind? Do you[...]

Do You Know the Women Who Made Computing Possible?

There’s a gender gap in technology, and it’s getting worse. According to Girls Who Code, in 1995, 37% of computer scientists were women.[...]

Mary Allen Wilkes: The system software’s writer of the 1st personal computer

In this blog, we’ve been honoring a number of different personalities from the worlds of STEM, Technology, and Science. We feel it is[...]

Meet Radia Perlman: The Mother of the Spanning Tree Protocol

In general, when we talk about great personalities in the worlds of technology, science, engineering or math, we refer to people who have[...]

Annie Easley: One of the first rocket scientists at NASA

We believe that closing the gender gap in fields like science, technology, engineering and math is a responsibility we have to take on. Even if[...]

5 Women CEOs
in the Tech Field

In a field with many male leaders, it is important to remember that not just men rule the technology workforce. Many women have led companies to[...]

Women In Stem, Tech And Coding: Introducing Maria Montessori

In this new series of blog posts, we are going to introduce you to several women who have had a significant impact within the worlds of STEM,[...]