We envision a future where the people who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies they build it for.

A group of women talking at the GHC 16 Black Women in Computing reception

Perspectives from ABI

Intel Increases Commitment to Diversity

Elizabeth Ames discusses Intel's efforts to increase diversity and inclusion within the organization, and how Intel can improve its statistics even further.

3D render of a computer keyboard with one key labeled for hate speech, representing discriminatory messages that plague online message boards and comment areas.

Community Spotlight

How Tech Can Stand Up to Racism and Bigotry

Elizabeth Ames comments on the recent rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, and what tech companies must do to fight bigotry and hatred.

LinkedIn's 2015 High School Trainee Program participants.

Partner Spotlight

LinkedIn: Encouraging High School Students to Study STEM

LinkedIn launched a program to mentor high school girls about coding. Learn about the program's amazing results!

About Anita Borg

Anita Borg combined technical expertise with a fearless vision to inspire, motivate and move women in technology. She touched and changed the lives of countless women in the fields of computing and beyond. Her example and advocacy caused many women to join the technical revolution – not just as bystanders but as active participants and leaders.