Women Who Code (WWCode) is an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. WWCode is building a world where diverse women are better represented as technologists and leaders. The organization has executed more than 14,000 free events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 290,000, and delivers programming to members in 134 countries. WHAT WE DO: -Advance women in their careers, every step of the way -Provide a community of 290,000 that has become a movement in technology leadership -Build Global Leaders in Tech, effectively changing the industry -Offer low to no barrier-to-entry programs, events, scholarships and more for women to build tech and leadership skills Learn more at: www.womenwhocode.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alaina is CEO and co-founder of Women Who Code. Under Alaina’s leadership, the organization has grown to serve 290,000 members in 134 countries. Alaina has been published by notable outlets and is an accomplished tech speaker who recently spoke at the United Nations on intersectional diversity and equity-centered decision-making in data strategy. Alaina is also an Angel, a Venture Partner at Valor Ventures, a Scout for Picus Capital, and teaches WomenLead in Tech at Georgia State University.
Zassmin is passionate about application security and promoting women in technology. She started her career as a software engineer before co-founding Women Who Code, serving as their CTO and Board Vice Chair. Zassmin's interest in security propelled her into her current role as a Product Security Manager at Coinbase.