Resources for Women in TechnologyBy Anna Maria Virzi | Posted 2006-12-20 Email Print
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Women are severely underrepresented in all top corporate leadership positions, including chief information officer, but don't let the numbers spook you, say three CIOs, an executive recruiter and a global consultant. Savvy companies are starting to recogn
Resources for Women in Technology
Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
A nonprofit organization, based in Palo Alto, Calif., and funded by technology firms.
Association for Women in Computing
A nonprofit professional organization for individuals with an interest in information technology.
A New York City-based research and advisory group that promotes women leaders.
The Society for Information Management (SIM)
An international organization of information-technology executives. Its premier event is SIMposium.
Information Technology Association of America
A trade association, made up of over 325 corporate members, focuses on a wide range of policy issues including promoting diversity in the I.T. workforce.
Women in Technology International (WITI)
A global organization, made up of about 95% women, that offers career development, conferences and other programs. Its members come from all industries.