Watch the VOA video to learn how the BRAID initiative is increasing the number of female students in undergraduate computer science classes.
Intersectional tech equity cannot happen unless leaders focus on improving policies to protect the rights of their workers. Unfortunately, decisions such as the announcement that the EEOC would no longer collect pay data threaten any progress made in closing the pay gap. Learn how you can engage with AnitaB.org to improve policies and advocate for 50/50 intersectional tech equity by 2025.
In 2018, AnitaB.org made a commitment to intentionally expand our efforts to engage women of color. Now, Amazon joins IBM in funding women from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) to attend our 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). We challenge other companies to match their donations to support MSI women technologists’ attendance at GHC and commit a representative to an on-site GHC conversation of strategies to further band together in support for women of color.
We're celebrating the 5-year anniversary of the Building, Recruiting, and Inclusion for Diversity (BRAID) Initiative. Learn about its impact on schools.
Read the latest report from the National Academy of Science (NAS) on how universities can best support their students as enrollments in CS courses surge.