Bethany Ross


Girls Make Games

Last weekend, March 5-6, 2016, approximately 20 programmers got together to build video games. Something was different about these 20 game designers; they were all girls between the ages of 9 to 15 that were participating in the Girls Make Games program that was held at Dyn in Manchester, NH. […]

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Dover Mini Maker Faire

Join Future Tech Women at Dover Mini Maker Faire on Saturday, August 23rd from 10-4 at the New Hampshire Children’s Museum. FTW will have a booth set up that will show children (and adults!) what some of the careers available in the technology field are and what best suits their […]


Building an Army of Future Women Computer Scientists!

[This post originally appeared on CompTech at UNH Manchester’s blog here: http://comptech.unh.edu/2014/03/21/building-an-army-of-future-women-computer-scientists/ ] By Pauline Wilk Statistics show that very low levels of women are entering computing technology fields. What a shame, because women bring a whole new level of creative thinking and problem solving to the table! So, UNH Manchester […]

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The Beginning

[This post originally appeared on Dyn’s blog here: http://dyn.com/blog/dyners-making-a-difference-future-tech-women/ ] We’ve all heard the statistics: only 25% of technology professionals are women, there are not enough girls interested in STEM fields, and on and on. People talk about improving those statistics, but talk is just talk and I decided to do something about it. […]

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