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  • April 21, 2022 9:30 AM | Anonymous member

    Cloud Girls Rising Awards Honor 7 Female Tech Leaders & Cloud Evangelists

  • April 23, 2020 10:58 AM | Anonymous member

    Ruthe Farmer, whom some of you know from NCWIT and her other work advancing women in tech careers, shares:

    I am proud to share that Rian WalkerJinisha Patel & Priscilla Rodriguez [members of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Community] and I have been collaborating with to provide emergency funds for low-income, underrepresented women students in computing.  Since March 27, we've awarded mini-grants to 113 women of color in tech.
    Through the support of a new funder, grants are now available to any low-income undergraduate woman in a computing major. We offer grants up to $599 to address urgent crisis level issues like housing, food, relocation and connectivity issues that are affecting the students' ability to continue their computing education.

    How you can engage:

    1) Share this opportunity with women students you know that are in need. Eligibility and application is here:

    2) Donate and/or share with your professional networks. Especially those that at companies with matching grant programs: 

  • June 13, 2019 6:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi All - 

    Just thought this was very cool when I read it.  Be sure to watch the video.


  • January 25, 2019 9:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Big Idea Project - a non-profit that teaches generous leadership skills to high school students through community engagement is looking for mentors to support students in Broomfield.  This is a 3-month commitment to advise and guide the students as they develop and execute on their community based projects.  The time commitment is 3 50-minute, in-classroom sessions, and occasional online Q&A (via Basecamp) and attending their final presentation.  

    It's a terrific program and the kids are amazing.  They had some last minute mentor cancellations are looking to fill in their gaps.  If interested, please call Tricia Halsey (a Profit Matters presenter) at (818) 795-7362 or email her at

  • January 17, 2019 10:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    After mentoring an amazing young University of Colorado biochemical engineering female graduate over the past year, she pitched me doing a podcast together several months ago and it's one of the coolest projects I've taken on. I caught the bug for interviewing great leaders while interviewing 48 of them for the Cowgirl Up book! We've released the first three episodes and I'd love to have you listen, share, and subscribe!

    In the pilot episode of UNDERVALUED we discuss our own experiences conquering situations of being undervalued at work, our mentor / mentee relationship, why we’re so excited about this project and more!

    The second episode has Kristin Russell as our guest, currently the President of Global Services at Arrow Electronics. You’ll be inspired as she shares some of the many lessons she has learned during her successful climb up the corporate ladder, including the importance of authenticity to your success, how to navigate feeling undervalued, making fearless career moves, and developing relationships with mentors and sponsors.

    UNDERVALUED the podcast is available on: Apple PodcastsStitcherGoogle Play MusicPodbean or if all else fails stream online here. Spotify is coming soon!

    Once you love it, give the show a 5-star review and subscribe to help other people find us! Every great review we get allows more people to discover the show. Be sure to follow our social media on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram. We also want to hear and share your experiences, email us your stories at Lastly, word of mouth will also help our project so thank you for sharing with friends and associates!

    And finally, as you’re building your yearly marketing plan, we’d love for you to consider sponsoring the podcast.

    Thanks for all your efforts to work with me to make work a place where no one is UNDERVALUED simply because of who they are!

    With Love and Appreciation,

    Trail Boss

  • November 16, 2018 9:13 AM | Anonymous member
    NCWIT (the National Center for Women in Computing) just received record-breaking numbers of applications for the #NCWITAiC19 High School Award for Aspirations in Computing (over 4,000!), as well as our Collegiate Award.

    Now @ncwitAiC needs YOUR help to review them!

    Reviewers of all genders are welcome to give back by joining our mission for a few hours. Reviewers of all technical levels can review the High School Award applications. Those with a higher degree of tech expertise are invited to review the Collegiate Award and be amazed by the projects underway by women from college freshmen to Graduate degree seekers.

    Either way, you’ll be doing something cool, learn about some truly inspirational women, and amp up your level of hope for the future of #WomeninTech.

    Sign up here:

  • February 15, 2018 9:37 AM | Anonymous member

    The USO is doing a career fair in Denver.  They are trying to get 30-48 companies involved that would be interested in hiring transitioning military members, veterans, and their spouses.  The event is on May 9th at the Lowry Conference center.  Sponsorship starts at $150.  If you or your company are interested in participating, please reach out to Skip Vanderbach, Director of USO, Rocky Mountain Region at

  • September 18, 2017 8:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Cool woman, Karen Ellenberger was recently accepted into a continuing education program for technologists.  She is loving it and highly recommends it to others.  It is called The Recurse Center:

    What we do. The Recurse Center is a self-directed, community-driven educational retreat for programmers in New York City.

    Our philosophy. We believe people learn best when they take control of their own education and are free to explore what they’re interested in. RC is heavily influenced by unschooling.

    She also mentioned that they have a set of awesome social rules that enables growth, innovation and a supportive work environment the she thinks our members would appreciate:

    Way to keep learning and pushing the envelope, Karen!  Thank you, for sharing.  

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