Amy Gahran Media Consultant Boulder, CO

Women make up nearly 60% of college graduates, but only 18% of computer science degree recipients.

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Alyssa Reese FleetCreature Boulder, CO

Work teams with gender diversity have been shown to be more experimental and efficient than teams without women.

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Aisha Jackson CU-Boulder Boulder, CO

Colorado employment projections to 2020 reveal computer software engineers up 24%; computer specialists up 18%; and computer/mathematical occupations up 18% (LMI Gateway).

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Ingrid Alongi QuickLeft Boulder, CO

Between 2000 & 2011, the number of women in the computing workforce dropped 8%, while the number of men rose by 16%.

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Emily Friedberg Collective Intellect Boulder, CO

Over the next decade, universities will graduate only 50% of candidates needed for jobs in technology-related fields.

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