In 1995, tech visionary Anita Borg issued a challenge: to create a technical workforce made up of 50 percent women by the year 2020. When Anita issued this challenge, 37% of computer scientists in the U.S. were female. But today, we're looking at a very different workforce — one that is struggling to recover from a steep drop in gender diversity over the past 20 years.
AnitaB.org’s curriculum modules provide career guidance to women technologists by connecting them with each other and the resources they need. Learn how you can further your career in computing and technology!
The HistoryMakers is a nonprofit research and educational institution committed to preserving the stories and accomplishments of African Americans. The institute recently honored Jacqueline Copeland-Carson, COO of AnitaB.org, for her many accomplishments. Learn how she's making a difference in the world.