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Women in Technology (WIT) empowers and educates women and girls about opportunities in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) by educating middle and high school girls, and young women in college, and by sharing the stories of successful professional women in STEAM. Our team of more than 300 volunteers delivers professional development and networking opportunities to our more than 3,000 professionals, and programs at no cost to more than 1,500 students. From the classroom to the boardroom, WIT is committed to bringing the best STEAM content and programming to women and girls in Georgia.

August Forum: The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things gives us access to the data from millions of devices. Join us for as we explore the growth and impact of the Internet of Things in technology. The event will consist of a series of 4 mini TED talks delivered by Madison Pittman, Yosef Beck, Wendy Wise, and Richard Makerson. Learn more about our featured panelists here. 

 

EVENT TIME & LOCATION:

August 15th | 7:30AM – 9:00AM

Maggiano’s Buckhead

3368 Peachtree Rd.

Atlanta, GA 30326 United States

 

*Please note online registration is closed. Onsite registration will be available on a first come first served basis. All registered guests will be seated first and onsite guests will be seated immediately after with a possibility of standing room only* 

2018 WOMEN OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS ARE OFFICIALLY CLOSED!

2018 Women of the Year Award nominations are now open! WIT Awards celebrates female leaders who make a difference in the workplace and community. Thank you for submitting your nomination!

Click Here to View the 2018 WIT Awards Nomination and Criteria Brochure 

Click Here to View the 2018 WIT Awards Sponsor Brochure

WIT is now listed on AmazonSmile!

WIT is now listed on AmazonSmile! Next time you shop on Amazon, select WIT as your charity of choice at the checkout and Amazon will make a donation worth 0.5% of the purchase amount to support our work to empower girls & women to excel in STEAM from the classroom to the boardroom. Click the button below to shop & support WIT!

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Spark Garage Competition Presented by First Data Corporation

Calling all college Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors! Do not miss this amazing opportunity presented by First Data Corporation at the 2018 WIT Campus Opening Ceremony. You are in store for a unique experience at First Data as you learn about the First Data Corporation, while sharpening your skills and putting them to the test!

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NCR: Opening Doors for Future Tech Leaders

 

NCR Foundation Lead, Yvonne Whitaker, sat down with WIT Girls NCR Foundation scholarship winner, Samaria Driver, to learn more about her passion for technology and her dreams for the future.

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Join WIT

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

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2017 Impact Report

WIT is committed to investing in the lives and education of girls and women across the Atlanta Community.

During the 2017 program year, WIT was privileged to serve over 760 middle and high school girls, in addition to 833 WIT campus students.

Click here to see the impact we made in 2017

 

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 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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Women In Technology Thought Leader: Michael Campbell

08/09/2018 With a BBA degree in Marketing from the University of Georgia, Michael Campbell began his career selling cable advertising for Cox Media in Washington D.C. After a few years, he and his wife...

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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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