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ITWomen Corporate Partnerships

Sustaining Partner
  • Completely customizable contribution structure
  • Customizable benefits package
  • Advisory Board position available
Terabyte Partner
  • IT Women memberships for 100 employees (value $5,000)
  • Admission for up to 25 attendees for Professional Development programs throughout the year (value $35 per person, per program)
Gigabyte Partner
  • IT Women memberships for 50 employees (value $2,500)
  • Admission for up to 15 attendees for Professional Development programs throughout the year (value $35 per person, per program)
Megabyte Partner
  • IT Women memberships for 30 employees (value $1,500)
  • Admission for up to 10 attendees for Professional Development programs throughout the year (value $35 per person, per program)
Kilobyte Partner
  • A great way to start getting involved with ITWomen
  • IT Women memberships for 2 employees
  • Admission for up to 4 attendees for Professional Development programs throughout the year (value $35 per person, per program)

We love volunteers! Review the committees below and the different ways you can contribute your passion, skills and experience. You are helping to Inspire, Educate and Empower girls and women in technology. Volunteering also offers opportunities to get to know others in your community, learn new skills and expand your networks.

Community Outreach – Role Model Speakers

The Community Outreach Committee focuses on South Florida female students between the ages of 8-18. The goal is to encourage these young women to become involved in the field of Technology and Engineering.  This is accomplished through the ITWomen Role Model Speakers Program (RMS). As Community Outreach members, we will be committed to proactively seek out opportunities within the community to speak to our target audience, to recruit Role Model Speakers and to identify new Partners who will enable us to meet and surpass our goals.  We ask that the Committee members become advocates for the ITWomen Role Model Speakers program at ITWomen meetings and other meetings and events they attend.  The Committee will review the program on periodic bases to ensure healthy growth, sustainable activity and goal achievement


Professional Development

  • The ITWomen Programs Committee is committed to advancing the knowledge of women in technology for career development.
  • Generates/solicits ideas & topics for webinars, meeting programs: seminars, workshops, panels.
  • Helps develops annual programming
  • Identifies and secures speakers.
  • Coordinates speaker needs with Facilities/Registration committee
  • Coordinates Board meetings.
  • Prepares program evaluations and program surveys

Contact: Claire Marrero

Website, Marketing & Technology

  • Identify and contribute news and announcements of interest to women in tech
  • Post content and photos on
  • Develop and schedule social media posts incl LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter.
  • Create press releases
  • Newsletters
  • Helpful skills include Image and Video Editing, Writing, Social Media platforms, MailChimp, HTML, CSS, WordPress.

Christine Zambrano Chair
Committee Members:
Madisen Farley, multi-media initiatives


Program Sponsorship

Solicits sponsors for webinars, workshops and other ITWomen events. Currently due to COVID19, events are held virtually.

  • Secures sponsors in advance of programs
  • Serves as point of contact for sponsor inquiries
  • Introduces the sponsor at the events
  • Coordinates getting sponsor logo prizes
  • Coordinates distribution of sponsor material at ITWomen meetings with the Facilities and Registration Chair.

Contact: Claire Marrero:


  • Works to increase ITWomen visibility among South Florida employers
  • Develops membership incentive programs
  • Coordinates events to increase membership
  • Develops a list of potential members to receive organization information and directly contacts such potential members
  • Follows up with new members to ensure that they are receiving organization information
  • Reports on membership increases/decreases at Board meetings
  • Reports on new memberships at bi-monthly meetings and introduces/welcomes new members
  • Responds to membership inquiries

Contact: Claire Marrero


  • Maintains a relationship with current members to ensure that they keep abreast of the organization’s activities and that the organization’s programs are of interest
  • Issues ITWomen membership cards
  • Issues reminder notices to pre-registered attendees just prior to bi-monthly meetings
  • Informs local members of membership expiration

Contact: Claire Marrero 

Logistics and Registration

  • Secures meeting space and audio/visual equipment
  • Coordinates with ITWomen to determine headcount for caterer
  • Coordinates with caterer for meeting food/beverage selection and service
  • Coordinates payment of facility/caterer fees with Treasurer.
  • Coordinates volunteers who conduct onsite registration and help as greeters and with nametags, door prizes, speaker liaison, logistics liaison, ITWomen merchandise sales, and similar tasks at bi-monthly meetings
  • Obtains pre-registered attendee list from Logistics Chair and makes copies for use during meeting registration
  • Purchases supplies for use at bi-monthly meetings and submits receipts to Treasurer for reimbursement
  • Turns over all cash, check and credit card receipts from membership meetings to Treasurer

Alejandra Lorenzo  *  Catherine Benway  * Jennifer Boyer *  Lee Mozes  *  Claire Marrero   *   Victoria Usherenko   *    Anonymous   *  Anonymous  *  Christine Zambrano * Erica Matyas

  • Akamai ITWomen Charitable Foundation Grant Partner
  • Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation ITWomen Grant Partner 2020