ITWomen has awarded scholarships to 106 girls studying Engineering and IT at colleges throughout the U.S.

ITWomen Leadership


Claire Marrero

President & Chair of the Board of Directors

ITWomen President and Chair of the Board of Directors, Claire Marrero, is Founder and CEO of The Talent Source, a national provider of Tech Talent to Fortune 500, Tier one consulting firms and select startups. Since starting her career with Andersen Consulting over 20 years ago, Claire has been committed to inspiring more girls and women to join the Tech revolution.


Jen Boyer

IT Women Board of Directors Member Jen Boyer is the General Manager for CAI South/Central Florida. She is an IT best-practices knowledgeable consultant, working closely with IT senior management in Fortune 1000 firms and government agencies to envision and build technology solutions that achieve business objectives within the context of their own, unique challenges.  Areas of expertise include technology projects, application support, project management, technical resources and innovation.

Beth Morgan

ITWomen Board of Directors member Beth Morgan has served as Senior Vice President for Program Management for a Fortune 100 communications company. Beth has managed numerous special projects and is responsible for program management activities across the commercial US business unit, including management and monitoring of numerous complex, cross functional projects and led oversight for the company’s SAS70 and PCI compliance programs.

Claire Marrero

ITWomen President and Chair of the Board of Directors, Claire Marrero, is Founder and CEO of The Talent Source, a national provider of Tech Talent to Fortune 500, Tier one consulting firms and select startups. Since starting her career with Andersen Consulting over 20 years ago, Claire has been committed to inspiring more girls and women to join the Tech revolution.

Christine Zambrano

Christine Zambrano, a charter member of ITWomen, and VP, Web Content & Technology, has had a lifelong interest in women's equality issues, technology and education. She is founder and managing director of Powersites Group, a provider of digital content and internet services, including WordPress sites and training.

Her experience includes non-profit work with The Ed Fund, web marketing manager for HCI Communications (publisher for 15 years of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series), and various editor and journalism positions with news media including Gannett.


Sherry Giordano

ITWomen Board of Directors member Sherry Giordano is Executive Director of Pace Center for Girls Miami. Sherry has served as ITWomen Executive Director and was instrumental in establishing and developing the Role Model Speakers program during her service.

While serving at Digital she was involved in the “new” go-to-market initiatives and effectively worked cross-functional and partnership relationships. She played an integral role in many start-up businesses within Digital and managed local and national direct and partner sales organizations.

Margaret Brisbane

ITWomen Board of Directors Member Margaret Brisbane  is the Assistant Director of the Information Technology Department of Miami -Dade County. She provides Lead Applications development/support and strategic business and vendor partnerships for Miami Dade County technology department. This includes the development and support of a diverse portfolio of distributed and legacy systems (Public Safety applications & Systems, Enterprise Reporting Program (PeopleSoft), Commerce, payroll, finance, procurement, criminal justice, traffic, legislative, public works and waste management and social services. The team comprises 200+ technically skilled resources.



Krista Theodore is a Security Analyst for Memorial Healthcare System. Prior to joining Memorial, she was an IT Security Engineer for the University of Miami’s Information Security Office. As an IT Security Engineer, she was responsible for developing security strategies and consulting on best practices to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of university data. Her specific areas of expertise are cybersecurity awareness and education, regulatory compliance, and risk management.


Victoria Usherenko

ITWomen Advisory Board member Victoria Usherenko founded ITWomen in 2002 and served as president from the year ITWomen was founded in 2002 through 2014. She is the Vice President, Search and Recruitment, for The Talent Source.

Victoria is a search and recruitment executive whose community leadership, business savvy, and layers of connections in the IT and technology worlds attracts proven C-suite candidates and technologists for her clients.

Sheila Hanlon-Ravindran

Sheila Hanlon Ravindran is a passionate and strategic business leader with over 25 years experience in technology. She is a strategic thought leader and trusted advisor who is extremely business-results focused.

Sheila is the Senior Director, IT Strategy and Planning for Ultimate Software.  Prior to that she was the former Vice President IT, Project Management Office and Governance at Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits, the nation’s largest wine and spirits distributor.

Sharon Moura

Sharon has over 20 years of progressive experience in Information Technology and Commercial Excellence at leading organizations.  Industry experience includes service, financial, automotive, mining & metals, and industrial.  Areas of particular expertise for Sharon include Strategy, Enterprise Change, Commercial Transformation, Organizational Transformation and Strategic Program Management.

Jo Moskowitz

Jo Moskowitz has served as Director, Corporate Citizenship, at Citrix Systems since 2001. She is a longtime supporter of the mission of ITWomen and the opportunities for women across technology, and ITWomen scholarship program in particular.

Her work with Citrix Simply Serve involves volunteer campaigns designed to galvanize Citrix' global employees around powerful acts of community service.

Arlene DeMita

ITWomen Board of Advisory member Arlene DeMita is a PwC Advisory Partner. A 15-year resident of South Florida, Arlene leads PwC’s SAP HR Tech Consulting practices. She leads the talent, HCM, and technology change consulting, implementation, and managed support services organization for the PwC SAP HR advisory organization, including global strategy and North American delivery.

Kirsty Dyson

Kirsty Dyson is Vice President of Innovation at Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits. She is a senior executive with background in commercial transformation and automation, Information Technology, customer marketing and sales. Experienced in both retail, commercial and IT environments with the leading CPG companies.


Maria Hernandez

Maria Hernandez is currently leading the Innovation and Digital Business initiative at DHL Express and has previously led innovation and global strategies at IBM where she served as Chief Innovation Officer for Latin America. She then joined a high growth startup Healthcare IT company, Modernizing Medicine, as SVP of Strategic Development where she was responsible for strategic partnerships and alliances. She’s been an entrepreneur being the founder of her consulting firm advising companies on culture of innovation, and also co-founded a non-profit organization for Hispanic women leaders across the US. 

Pam Stenson

ITWomen Advisory Board Member Pam Stenson is the former President & General Manager of the CIO Executive Council (CEC), responsible for developing the Council’s overall vision and strategy. In this role, Stenson oversaw all aspects of the business and worked intimately with the Council’s Board of Advisors and staff to harness the thought leadership of member CIOs and groom aspiring IT leaders in a global effort to ensure CIO success and evolve the profession.