ATW is a dynamic non-profit organization that supports women and men who share the common interests of empowering women in technology, increasing the number of women in executive roles and encouraging women and girls to enter technology fields.
Guest Speakers –Karl Krayer and Randy Mayeux Topic: Too little time to read the latest business books? For over 19 years, First Friday Book Club, has been providing "cliff notes on steroids." When you don't
Join us for our annual Executive Leadership Forum on Thursday, September 15, 2016 for a panel discussion on the topic of “Cybersecurity – Living in Turbulent Times with Yesterday’s Logic: A Discussion on Living with Cyber Threats, Innovation and Technology, and Need for the Right Talent to Keep Data Secure”.
ATW has nominated over 30 women for various technology awards with more than a dozen winners. For more info on nominating, contact Cynthia Heyn.
2016 InnoTech Women in Tech Award Winners At the recent 2016 InnoTech-Dallas, ATW was proud to sponsor, recognize and congratulate the winners of the InnoTech Women in Tech Awards. Tanis Cornell Lifetime Achievement Award Tanis Cornell and Carla Rolinc InnoTech Women in Tech Award Winners Carla Rolinc IT Executive of the Year Award
TAD BNSF Days 2016 - A GREATMINDS supported event. ATW took part in BNSF’s Technology Awareness Day which is part of the National Black Family Technology Awareness Week. The national campaign was started by