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Appendix A: Alliances Focused on Women of Color and Underrepresentation in Tech
Pages 213-216

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... COMPUTING ALLIANCE OF HISPANIC SERVING INSTITUTIONS (CAHSI) CAHSI, an NSF national INCLUDES alliance, is a national network of academic institutions, non-profits, industry leaders, and governmental entities working to advance Hispanics in computing in the workforce and academia.
From page 214...
... ECEP: EXPANDING COMPUTING EDUCATION PATHWAYS The ECEP Alliance seeks to increase the number and diversity of students in the pipeline to computing and computing-intensive degrees by supporting state-level computing education reforms. Through interventions, pathways, partnerships and models that drive state-level computing education change, ECEP supports states as they work to align their state efforts with the national vision for computer science for all.
From page 215...
... Such programs include NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (an initiative that provides technical girls and women with ongoing engagement, visibility, and encouragement for their computing-related interests and achievements from high school through college and into the workforce) and Sit With Me (a fun, creative national advocacy campaign that uses an iconic red chair to symbolize the critical need for women's technical contributions)

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