LOS ANGELES, Dec. 3, 2018 -- WITI (Women in Technology International), the leading advocate for innovation, inclusivity and STEAM, today announced it is celebrating 30 years of supporting and fostering women in technology. Founded by Carolyn Leighton at a time when there were no organizations to support women in technology, WITI is now a powerhouse that women turn to for career enhancement and global support. Companies also rely on WITI to help create a pipeline for women in technology as well as building leaders and inclusive cultures.
"When I decided to launch WITI sitting at a coffee house, my vision was to create a global platform for women where they could collaborate, support each other and share ideas around technology, innovation and business," said Carolyn Leighton, CEO & founder, WITI. "Today I am truly humbled to see the power of WITI, and credit the worldwide community of women and men who have made the organization the go-to-place for building effective leadership, innovation and collaboration."
Milestones over the last 30 years.
Celebrate with WITI.
In 2019 WITI will:
Founded in 1989 by Carolyn Leighton, WITI (Women in Technology International) is a leading worldwide authority on women in business and technology. For nearly 30 years, WITI has consistently been a clear voice advocating women's contributions to the tech industry, inspiring young women to pursue STEM careers and actively working with corporate partners to create a culture of equality. WITI has more than three million members across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, more than 300 partners, 50 domestic and 13 global networks. WITI delivers to its members leading edge, best practice training consulting tools, programs and platforms designed to increase innovation, competitiveness and revenue. To learn more, please visit witi.com.
V.P. Marketing, WITI