September 2013 – January 2014
Community


Patty Lopez – Power of Community 9/19
Ruth Stergio -Dare 2 Think BIG! 9/26
Katy Dickinson – Sharing the Hopper Conference 10/3
Anar Simpson – You are invited to… 10/10
Valerie Taylor – Supporting Under Represented Groups 10/17
Rane Johnson-Stempson and Katie Doran – Growing Women in Computing with Amazing Interns 10/24
Gail Carmichael – Creating Community 10/31
Tracy Camp – CONNECTions 11/7
Linda Alepin – It takes a Village… 11/14
Anna Senarcleans de Grancy – Dare to try! 11/21
Rose Robinson – In Systerhood – Lending a global hand 11/28
Anne Condon – Fostering a great academic environment for women 12/5
Wendy Rannenberg – It’s the Little Things 12/12
Ruth Davis – Fostering Engineering Community 1/16
Danielle Cummings – Lean in… Discovered Community Support 1/23
Charna Parkey – The email with extraordinary Consequences 1/30
Kim Wilkens – Tech-Girls 2/6

July 2013 – September 2013
Identity and Success


Valerie Barr – You can be a computer scientist and a feminist! 7/11
Gillian Smith – Learning to be Creative through Computing 7/18
Sarah J Bell – Escape Velocity 7/25
Shruti Satsangi – Swimming outside your comfort zone 8/1
Ellen Spertus – Systerhood and Feminism 8/8
Ann Gates – We Don’t Need Beards to Achieve in Computing! 8/15
Karen Tanenbaum – What do you want to Make? 8/22
Chiu-Ki Chan – Develop Your Voice 8/29
Yolanda Davis – Never Settle 9/5
Nanditha Iyer – Creating GHC India 9/12

March 2013 – May 2013
Step Up Your Game


Chiu-Ki Chan – Develop Your Voice 3/21
Sarah J Bell – Escape Velocity 3/28
Malavika Lakireddy – Strive for what you want 4/4
Lukas Blakk – Getting Women Hooked into Open Source 4/11
Laurian Vega – Make it Worth Doing! 4/18
Karen Tanenbaum – What do you want to make? 4/25
Joy Buolamwini – Showing Compassion Through Computation 5/2
Caroline Simard – From Research to Action 5/9
Yolanda Davis – Never Settle 5/16
Sheila Isbell – Flocks Focus Fuel 5/23
Shruti Satsangi – Swimming outside your comfort zone 5/30
Ayori Selassie – Soaking Up Game 6/6


January – March 2013
Legends and Visionaries


Anita Borg – This is really really hard work… 1/17
Francine Berman – Girls Just Want to Do Math 1/24
Valerie Barr – You can be a computer scientist and a feminist! 1/31
Ellen Lapham – I Risked My Career and Lived to Tell the Tale 2/7
Carol Realini – My biggest journey yet, from Congo to India to Kabul 2/14
Barbara Liskov – My Career in Computer Science 2/21
Wendy Hall – From Research Rags to Riches 2/28
Maria Klawe – “11 to 48 in 14″ 3/7
Ann Gates – We Don’t Need Beards to Achieve in Computing! 3/14


October – December 2012
Grace Hopper Celebration collection


Telle Whitney – Founding of the Grace Hopper Conference 10/11
Danielle Cummings – Leaning in… Discovered Community Support 10/18
Tracy Camp – CONNECTions 10/25
Patty Lopez – Finding my Community 11/1
Charna Parkey – The email with extraordinary consequences 11/8
Katy Dickinson – Sharing the Hopper Conference 11/15
Fiona Tay – Advice to freshman self from GHC 2012
Kathy Richardson – What lights you up? Do it! 11/29
Nanditha Iyer – Creating GHC India 12/5
Valerie Taylor – Supporting Underrepresented Groups 12/12


September 2012
Systers 25th Anniversary collection

25 Years of Systers by Robin Jeffries

Robin Jeffries – 3400 of my closest online friends 9/6
Karen Han -The Journey with Mentors and Friends 9/11
Ellen Spertus – Systerhood and Feminism 9/13
Patty Lopez – The Power of Community 9/18
Wendy Rannenberg – It’s the Little Things 9/20
Rose Robinson – In Systerhood, Lending a Global Hand 9/25
Anna Senarcleans de Grancy- Dare to try! 9/27
Malveeka Tewari – Finding Faith with Systers 10/4

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