Honoring Our Past, Celebrating Our Present and Looking into Our Future

Jan 6th – 8th, 2017 | Washington, D.C.


The Inaugural Black Women in Computing conference will provide an opportunity to discuss, advance, and celebrate the intersectionality of race and gender in computing. Our goals include:
  • Creating new networks and catalyzing the community of black women in computing
  • Developing skills in leadership, communication, wellness and career development
  • Discussing salient themes in the intersection of race and gender in computing


Registration: $150 via Eventbrite


Conference Committee:

Enobong Anna Branch – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Quincy Brown – American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Jamika Burge – Capital One,  Design & Technology Concepts, LLC

Danielle Cummings – Department of Defense

Cyntrica Eaton – Norfolk State University

Karen Hare – New Jersey Institute of Technology, KHare IT Consulting

Dale-Marie Wilson – University of North Carolina Charlotte

Jakita O. Thomas – Auburn University

Tracy Lewis-Williams – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ryoko Yamaguchi – Plus Alpha Research & Consulting, LLC


Conference Sponsors:

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