WHAT WE DO
blackcomputeHER.org (pronounced 'black computer') is dedicated to supporting computer science and STEM education and workforce development for black girls and women. We aim to leverage our research expertise to create clearinghouse for literature about black women in computing and disseminate data and information that creates a spirit of urgency around the lack of sustainable diversity in computing, particularly with the current efforts toward coding.
blackcomputeHER.org organizes the annual blackcomputeHER conference which provides a platform for supporting the community of black women and girls in computing and technology through education and professional development. We have a range of partners and sponsorship, including the National Science Foundation (NSF), Intel, the Anita Borg Institute (ABI), and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. We are rapidly growing our community of partners. Connect with us!