Women In Technology: Breaking Through the Firewall
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  • 1. Breaking Through the Firewall:Women in Computing
  • 2. 3OnMollie RusherO n 3 s o l u t i o n s . c o m
  • 3. NowChange You
  • 4. 37%19841990 30%1998 27%2005 22%2009 18%Computer Science degrees earned by women in the United States.
  • 5. 6.7 MillionSTEM Degrees Earned 6% 2.5 Million 10% Math 18% Engineering 48% 14% Technology/Computing 15% Science (Life & Physical) 57% 31% Men Women
  • 6. 50%+Workforce 25% Information Technology
  • 7. STEM Degree earners’ occupations 2.5 Million 6.7 Million Other 23% 23% Business/Financial 6% 5% Non-STEM Management 11% 16% 10% Healthcare 19% 6% Education 14% 40% STEM 26% Men om en W
  • 8. 56%Other Occupations Information Technology
  • 9. $31.11 $36.34 $ 38% $19.26 $24.47 STEM Jobs Non-STEM Jobs Women Men
  • 10. 20% GENON-STEM ND ER W 14% AG EG STEM AVERAGE 12% COMPUTING & MATH AP 9% STEM MANAGERIAL 8% SCIENCE (LIFE & PHYSICAL) 7% ENGINEERING
  • 11. 1.4 Million 29%
  • 12. 53%greater return on equitygender-diverse boards at tech companies in California
  • 13. Collective Intelligence Overall ScoreIQ: 141 IQ: 135 IQ: 132 IQ: 130IQ: 139 IQ: 141
  • 14. 1 5 %
  • 15. 8Zynga 7Facebook 6Twitter 13Pandora 4 Foursquare 2 Pintrest 81 Yelp 71 LinkedIn 81 Groupon 81 Apple 81 Oracle 91 IBM (CEO) 2 8 eBay 2 10 2 Yahoo! Amazon 10 2 Cisco 12 3 Intel 11 3 Google 10 Men 5 Hewlett Packard (CEO) 14 The Boardroom Women
  • 16. 40% 60% Users
  • 17. ComputerScience?!
  • 18. Work from anywhereCollaboration Contribute to the social goodFlexible schedule Team-focused Geek is the new chic! Group effort
  • 19. Course Content
  • 20. o r e e CT h
  • 21. Confidence
  • 22. Social
  • 23. Sponsorships MentoringGuest speaker at schools ScholarshipsWhat can you do?Supportive Talk to your local schools Employment policies Talk about your job
  • 24. Outreach-in-a-BoxOn3solutions.com/WomenInTechnology/ncwit-outreach-in-a-box/