About

"Black women are more likely to express interest in majoring in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) fields when they enter college, but they are less likely to earn a degree in these fields."
- THE AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

 
 
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Purpose

We educate, mentor, and advance young women of color on all aspects of computer science and information technology. By supporting broader career options and encouraging all technical interests we provide the support network they need to pursue and successfully excel in technology-related careers.


mission

To help young women of color across the nation discover, pursue, and succeed in technology-related careers.

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Vision

To close the gender and racial gap by providing technical workshops, technology resources, community involvement, and career readiness for young women of color ages 8-22 who are interested in technology.

 

Robyn participated in a program called IT girl which she absolutely loved. Her big project at the end was to put together a website. During the program, she took computers apart, worked on web design, coding and she truly enjoy every aspect. When the program was over, she came home excited about her website and I couldn’t wait to hear about it…
— IT Girl Summer Series Parent
 

TEAM

Napiya Nubuya, Founder/ CEO

Napiya Nubuya, Founder/ CEO

Kendrea Williams, Indy Chapter Lead

Kendrea Williams, Indy Chapter Lead

Echo Lu, Content Creator Intern

Echo Lu, Content Creator Intern