Women in Tech

New Board Members Bring K-12 Education, Business Analytics Experience to Cybera

While Cybera continues to expand its role in the public sector as Alberta’s not-for-profit technology accelerator, its newest board members promise to reinforce efforts to improve internet connectivity and the reach of data science in the province. At its November AGM, Cybera elected two new board members: Brenda MacDonald, Deputy Superintendent of Clearview Public Schools, …

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Cyber Summit keynote is encouraging thousands of women and girls to learn to code

The organizers of the 2017 Cyber Summit are pleased to announce that Heather Payne, Founder of Ladies Learning Code, will provide the second keynote address. Ladies Learning Code is a national not-for-profit that is encouraging thousands of women and girls to learn to code. Since 2011, Ladies Learning Code has expanded from its Toronto headquarters to …

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Cybera recognized for its support of gender diversity in IT

This week, Cybera’s Vice President of Policy and Strategic Initiatives, Barb Carra, was pleased to represent Cybera as it accepted the inaugural KNOVO Award of Distinction for corporate gender diversity. Cybera was one of 11 organizations honoured at the awards ceremony, which was held on Tuesday in Calgary’s Jubilee Auditorium. KNOVO was launched in 2015 …

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