For press requests, email jennifer.wadella@gmail.com

 

Brand Guidelines:

Kansas City Women in Technology is an organization unique to Kansas City, and was created to serve the needs of the Kansas City community. Kansas City Women in Technology is not a chapter of a larger organization, and is not affiliated with any other organizations like Girls Who Code, Girl Develop It!, Women in Tech, Women Who Code, though we do promote their efforts. Kansas City Women in Technology has launched several programs that reside under the umbrella of Kansas City Women in Technology as a larger organization. Those programs include CoderDojoKC, Tech sHeroes, TechTalks, Coding & Cupcakes, and Coding & Cocktails.

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When writing/speaking about Kansas City Women in Technology or any of it’s programs, please follow the brand guidelines:

 

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Name may displayed as follows:

  • Kansas City Women in Technology
  • KC Women in Tech
  • KCWiT (note the lowercase “i”)

Name may not be displayed in any other way, including just “Women in Technology”.

Social Media:

  • Twitter – @kcwomenintech
  • Facebook – KCWomenInTech
  • Instagram – kcwomenintech
  • #ladydevs #KCWiT #KCWomenInTech

 

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Name may displayed as follows:

  • CoderDojoKC

CoderDojo is a global non-profit, Kansas City Women in Technology launched and manages the Kansas City Chapter. It meets every second Saturday of the month from 9am-12pm at the Google Fiber space. Google Fiber does NOT run CoderDojoKC, they graciously provide CoderDojoKC a free space to use.

Social Media:

  • Twitter – @coderdojokc
  • Facebook – CoderDojoKC

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Name may displayed as follows:

  • Tech sHeroes (casing IS important)

Name may not be displayed in any other way, including just “Sheroes”.

 

Tech sHeroes is a mentoring program that encourages and empowers middle school girls to explore careers in technology, learn to code, and take on projects that improve the world.

Social Media:

  • Twitter – @techsheroes
  • Facebook – KCWomenInTech

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  • TechTalk (note the omitted space)

Name may not be displayed in any other way.

TechTalks are Kansas City Women in Technology’s monthly networking events. They occur on the 3rd Wednesday of the month and feature speakers, panels, mentoring opportunities, and networking.

 

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Name may displayed as follows:

  • Coding & Cupcakes (must use a character ampersand)

Name may not be displayed in any other way.

Coding & Cupcakes is the original program created to engage mothers and daughters in learning to code and dispel notions that coding isn’t for girls. Sessions always start with a panel of women mentors discussing how they got into programming and their favorite things about their job.

Social Media:

  • Twitter – @CodeCupcakesKC
  • Facebook – codingandcupcakesKC

 

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Name may displayed as follows:

  • Coding & Cocktails (must use a character ampersand)

Name may not be displayed in any other way.

Coding & Cocktails is an introductory session for women(21+) to learn to code over cocktails. The sessions cover skills needed for a career as a web developer and fill in the gaps where online coding tutorials fall short. 

Social Media:

  • Twitter – @CodeCocktailsKC
  • Facebook – codingandcocktailsKC

 

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