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Partnerships Can Help Drive Gender Equality

Northeastern University Professor Jodi Tims

Credit: Northeastern University

In my last editorial (Feb. 2018, p. 5), I challenged all members of the computing community to accept responsibility for the lack of gender diversity and equitable experiences of women in our field. I also encouraged broad participation in the work necessary to realize positive change, particularly by those outside of the minority group.

Here, my focus shifts to the myriad organizations whose primary mission is to work toward an increase of women in the technology sector and/or to positively impact the experience of those women already in computing.


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