Dear ITWomen Partners and Sponsors,
We are excited to launch our FutureForward! campaign to support scholarships to deserving girls pursuing a future in tech. We are inviting Celebrity CIOs, past scholarship sponsors, and members of our tech community to discuss trends and new products in a series of Zoom conversations.
Please contact me for attendance space. There is no charge for attending our CIO webinars, but a donation for our scholarship program is suggested. We also offer opportunities to name a scholarship after you or your company.
We are grateful for your longtime support, now more than ever. COVID has sadly affected so many families in South Florida.
Your gifts bring hope to a deserving female high school senior who has shown leadership and hard work to be accepted into a college for a STEM degree in IT or Engineering. Her dreams are only limited by her resources. Often our scholars are the first ones in their family to attend college and they will start amidst the worst pandemic in modern history. They still face a sizeable gender gap in the industry.
Your participation gives hope to narrowing that gap, and great joy to future tech leaders, one girl at a time.
-- Claire Marrero
Oct 30, 2020 - Google tech leader Alana Karen, author of The Adventures of Women in Tech, How We Got Here and Why We Stay, led a FutureForward! discussion of women's day-to-day experiences in the tech world. Thank you to Alana, one of our 2020 Scholarship Ambassadors.
"The ITWomen Foundation Scholarship has served as a mentor in my life, a motivator in times of need, a huge supporter every step of the way, and a way for me to make it through college. My dedication to opportunities and technology would not have been the same, and who I am today, will not have been the same."
- Jovanie Smith, class of 2019, Southern University and A&M College. B.S. Computing Science.
IT Women Charitable Foundation is a U.S. tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization registered with the State of Florida.
Progress is being made to increase the numbers and leadership of women in technology. But we have much work to do. Your support for programs like college scholarships for Computer Science and Engineering degrees are making a difference.
- Sharon T. Moura, FB page
- Joe & Sharon Moura
- Alana Karen
- Myrna Monserrat
- Debra Hill
- Victoria Usherenko
- Vinita Rajpal
- Francisco Matos
- Kirsty Dyson
- Shannon Harrod
- Ivonne Diaz
- Tal Zlotnitsky
- Mark Willey
- Danielle Cullison
- Sheila Leathem
- Debbie Rodriguez
- Tina Patel
- Melanie Gomez
- Carlos V Roman
- Elizabeth Decker
- David McQuin