Write Your Future

Women in Technology (WIT) passionately supports women at every stage of their STEM careers—from the classroom to the boardroom. We do this by telling the stories of successful women and by helping more women write their own. This takes place in a wide variety of formats—from educating middle and high school girls about the opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), to providing networking and education for professionals. With over 2,500 professionals attending our programs and events, over 500 students, and over 250 volunteers, WIT has become the largest, most active organization of its kind in the region.


New Year, New You: Five Strategies to Design Your Personal Brand in 2017

Dorotha Volpe

Dorothea Bozicolona-Volpe

January 18, 2017 | 7:30am – 9:00am

The Gathering Spot

384 Northyards Blvd NW #190

Atlanta, GA 30313

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Join the influential network of Women in Technology. Together, we can advance the role of women in STEM fields.

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WIT Thought Leaders Reading List

Recommended literature for successful women and men in the workplace. Get insight from experts and stay sharp.

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WIT Awards

WIT’s Women of the Year (WOTY) Awards celebrates women technology executives for their accomplishments as leaders in business, visionaries of technology, and remarkable women who make a difference in our community. Additionally, one special middle or high school girl is recognized as the Girl of the Year (GOTY) for her participation in the WIT GIRLS program.

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January 2017 WIT eNews

Missed the January 2017 edition of WIT eNews? View all the details here! JANUARY 2017 NEWSLETTER JANUARY WIT FORUM New Year, New You: Five Strategies to Design Your Personal Brand in 2017 Whether...

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WIT Girls

WIT GIRLS collaborates with the Georgia business, nonprofit and technology communities to inspire girls in middle and high school to choose careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Learn more about how tomorrow’s leaders and future innovators are connecting with today’s STEM leaders.

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