Scenes from the day of the video interviews of the 2016 ITWomen Scholarship winners. Individual videos will be released in the fall. These interviews are created to be a legacy of inspiration for younger girls who may not have considered pursuing a career in IT or engineering. And for the students, their interviews will be a great addition to their portfolios for future opportunities.

Girls, Make Your Mark on Technology

Make Your Mark on Technology

ITWomen Campaign for Girls – Animation,


ITWomen Scholarship Recipients 2015

Thanks to you – our Donors, CIOs and Technology Vendor communities and Volunteers – ITWomen is able to select young women leaders each year from South Florida high schools to award scholarships for STEM degrees in Technology and Engineering. You are helping directly impact the gender gap in Technology. The influence these amazing young women will have in encouraging more young women as they grow into their careers will be exponential.

 Aysha Habbaba, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient


Victoria Carlos, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient


Sarah Curtis, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient


Jovanie Smith, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient

Kelsey Powers, ITWomen scholarship recipient

Kelsey Powers, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient

Leah Stephens, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient
Brener, Lauren

Lauren Brener, 2015 ITWomen Scholarship Recipient, is pursuing a Computer Science degree at Florida Atlantic University.

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The video project to interview the 7 students awarded ITWomen college scholarships in June of 2015 was initiated by Madisen Farley, an ITWomen member, Citrix intern, and Columbia, Chicago, college student. Thanks to the success of the 2014 ITWomen Celebrity CIO Scholarship Fundraiser, these scholarships were available. The November 19, 2015, ITWomen fundraiser will likewise fund scholarships  to be awarded the following June to another amazing group of young women pursuing STEM degrees. As of July, 2015, 84 girls graduating from South Florida high schools received ITWomen scholarships.