Educational Institutions

Atw-Alliance Technology and Women

  • Dallas, TX
  • www.ATWinternational.org

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Mission Statement

ATW supports women and men worldwide 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.

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ruling year

2003

Principal Officer

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Ms. Bettyjo Bouchey

Keywords

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women in technology, mentoring, youth, collegiate

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Also Known As

ATW

EIN

02-0638993

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Student Services and Organizations (B80)

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

Higher Education Institutions (B40)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

GREAT MINDS(tm)Youth - works to engage women at an early age in the exciting field of technology. GREAT MINDS (tm)Collegiate - strives to increase the number of women entering into collegiate studies in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics. This program includes our Scholarship Fund. Mentoring - creates an environment of mutual support and sharing among professional women through specifically-designed, limited-time, and personally-prescribed mentor/mentee relationships. Executive Forums & Coaching - Creates an environment where executive- and senior managmement-level women in technology come together to collaborate and provide a path for future women in technology.

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Operations

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Atw-Alliance Technology and Women

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Ms. Bettyjo Bouchey

BIO

Bettyjo Bouchey has more than a decade of diverse management experience in technology-based businesses and holds an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Ms. Bouchey serves as President of the Alliance of Technology and Women?s National Executive Leadership Team and is the founder of the Tech Valley (Albany, NY) chapter of ATW. In her current role, Ms. Bouchey is responsible for inspiring a team of national leaders, advocating for chapter presidents, and communicating the organization?s accomplishments, operations, and needs to the board of directors. ?I have seen ATW inspire women and girls in my community to reach new heights in their technical education and careers, as well as in their personal lives. With such a powerful team of National and Local representatives, together we will see this happen across the country.? says Bouchey. Ms. Bouchey is the Provost of Mildred Elley in Latham, NY where she plans and manages all educational objectives for the College. She serves as board member and advisor to several non-profit boards, as well as to two locally-owned small businesses. Bouchey was a 2004 Woman of Excellence awarded by the Chamber, as well as a 2005 winner of a Forty under 40 from the Capital District Business Review.

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