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Women in IT at Yale

Women in Information Technology at Yale (WIT@Yale)

While there are over 200 women in IT roles throughout the University, women make up only a small portion of the overall IT workforce. WIT@Yale is a shared interest group whose goal is to encourage, empower, and support women in information technology roles by providing a networking community. WIT@Yale is sponsered by two co-executive sponsors: Susan Gibbons, Deputy Provost and University Librarian; and Jane Livingston, Yale ITS Associate CIO.

Although the shared interest group is targeted for women, all members of the Yale community are welcome to participate.

Mission

WIT@Yale seeks to empower and support a community of women in information technology.

UPcoming EVENTS: 

Please see our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/wityale for all upcoming events! 

For More Information

Please sign up to receive invitations and mailings through the mailing list subscriptions page: click on Women in IT@Yale.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach out to Chair Kate Hathaway by sending email to WIT@yale.edu.

Follow us on Twitter: @WITatYale and read our electronic news on Women in IT around the world.

Steering Comittee

WIT Committee Members

  • Kate Hathaway - Chair
  • Susan Gibbon - Executive Sponsor
  • Jane Livingston - Executive Sponsor
  • Faith Brown
  • Alina Colossale
  • Kay Davis
  • Erin Totz
  • Susan West
  • Cynthia Welsh
  • Janet Jeddry
  • Julienne Hadley
  • Jenn Nolte

  

Past Presentations and Meeting Notes

2016:

  • WIT Wednesday: Holly Rushmeier, Yale Computer Science Department, September 21
  • WIT Wednesday: WIT@Yale Executive Sponsors: Susan Gibbons, Yale University Librarian and Deputy Provost for Libraries & Scholarly Communication and Jane Livingston, Associate CIO for Campus Community Technologies, Yale ITS, June 22
  • WIT Wednesday: Aditi Joshi, General Assembly & Yale Alumna. Aditi shareed her 15 yeas of product management experience across industries and her return to Yale to complete her degree in Psychology and Computer Science. June 1
  • IT Wednesday: Patricia Melton, Executive Director, New Haven Promise and Yale Alumna, April 20
  • The Intersectional Internet: Toward an Ethic of Social Justice on the Web - Prof. Safiya Umoja Noble, April 11
  • WIT Wednesday : an opportunity to interact together, and an empowering workshop, March 30
  • Yale CareerConnect 2016, hosted by Working Women's Network - February 18, 2016 1:00 - 5:00pm at Yale School of Management

2013-2015: