Some of our members with Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code.
Digital Women is an Iowa State University student organization
dedicated to encouraging, supporting and retaining women in Computer Science, Software Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and MIS.
We want to help you succeed by providing opportunities for networking, career development, and much-needed fun with other like-minded women in technical majors.
Digital Women meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Coover 1016.
Joining Digital Women is easy! All you need to do is sign up on our stuorg website and begin showing up to meetings.
You can also find Digital Women on Facebook, Twitter, and GitHub.
Nope! Feel free to come and go to meetings you are able to attend. You will always be welcomed whether you attend one meeting in a semester, or 15.
Nope. While we highly encourage you to be in one of our focus majors, a love for technology is all that's required to join! :)
Ashley is a software engineering major who aspires to be either a project manager or a Disney princess. Her favorite memory from Digital Women is helping students create their first projects at Code Camp. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with owls.
Sydney is a software engineering major who enjoys sewing, reading, makeup, and yoga when she's not busy with vice-presidential duties. Her dream job would be something to help others and make a major impact.
Kate is a computer science major with a minor in women's and gender studies. She is preparing her management skills for her dream job of owning a company by playing lots of Civilization and Terraria.
Sara is a software engineering major. One of her favorite Digital Women activities is our canvas paintings, and her dream job would be working on projects to make people's lives better.
Caroline is a software engineering major who enjoys camping and hiking. After retiring from her successful career in tech, one of her dreams is to travel the U.S. in a camper, hippie-style.
Priscilla is an aerospace engineering major, and she's also involved with the Wesley Foundation, the Aerospace Mentorship Program, and WiSE. Her favorite memory from Digital Women was our screening of Hidden Figures.
Sarah is an electrical engineering major whose dream job includes creating and marketing awesome products. Her favorite Digital Women memory is code camp, and she also enjoys podcasts and Fitbit competitions.