CISL leaders take part in STEM panel discussion for young women

NCAR|UCAR hosts NCWIT Aspiration Awards

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NCAR|UCAR hosted The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspiration Awards celebration for high school girls who excel in computing and technology on April 23 at Center Green. A panel discussion during the event featured Anke Kamrath, CISL interim director (far right) and Erin McDaniel-Small, CISL systems administrator (second from right ) with (left to right) Samantha Molnar, Ph.D. student, University of Colorado; Allison Morgan, Ph.D. student, University of Colorado; Kelly Kaoudis, software engineer, Twitter; and Alda Licis, senior director, Dark Fiber Services, Zayo Group. Courtney Gibson (HR recruiter) and Randy Schalhamer (HR talent acquisition manager) volunteered at the event. The NCWIT is a nonprofit community of more than 600 universities, companies, nonprofits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase women’s participation in computing and technology. (Photo courtesy Steve Wille.)