Women Rock-IT

How COPE leverages esports to inspire youth success

Shae Williams cofounded nonprofit COPE to assist parents and their children to get the most from esports. She will speak at an upcoming Women Rock-IT event.

IT’s Game On! International Girls in ICT Day April 28, 2022

For International Girls in ICT Day, on April 28, 2022, Women Rock-IT is turning its attention to esports in a special two-part series.

Second Chance Justice Reform: Giving offenders a job-ready IT education

This blog comes from Judge Aliyah Sabree. She shares more about the Second Chance Justice Reform Initiative which provides job-ready education in IT skills through Cisco Networking Academy.

Women Rock-IT, or Rock-ET? Australian rocket scientist connects Earth’s framework from space

Learn how Flavia Tata Nardini, an Australian-based rocket scientist, uses her STEM knowledge in space at Cisco’s upcoming Women Rock-IT broadcast.

Cisco encourages girls to consider a career in STEM for International Girls in ICT Day

Cisco recognizes International Girls in ICT Day with the aim of inspiring girls and women to consider studying STEM and pursue a career in technology at this critical time.

Reinventing breastfeeding support through AI

This blog post comes from Maria Berruezo, co-founder and COO of LactApp Women’s health, a tool to provide customized advice to breastfeeding women.

Using AI for good: Identifying and locating survivors of human trafficking

This blog post comes from Emily Kennedy, co-founder of Marinus Analytics, a startup that identifies victims of sex trafficking based on online movements.

Sidestepping the status quo: My entrepreneurial journey

This blog post comes from Sarah Mak, the co-founder and CEO at Folktale, a SaaS platform for organizations to listen-at-scale through crowd-sourced videos.

One entrepreneur’s search for a BrightSign leads to a life-changing invention

This blog post comes from Hadeel Ayoub, the Founder and CEO of BrightSign and the inventor of a smart glove that assists people with hearing impairments.