Virtual Brown Bag Lunch (Zoom Video)


Recruiting Women to Cybersecurity: From Intention to Action

Upcoming WomenTech Educators Online Bootcamps: 

June & July 

Date and Time:

Friday, May 1, 2020

11:00 am Pacific Time / 2:00 pm Eastern Time

Presentation: 20-25 Minutes

Q&A with Donna: 15-20 Minutes


Donna Milgram

Executive Director, National Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science


In this Virtual Brown Bag Lunch, Donna Milgram will show you how two schools boosted female (and male) enrollment in Cybersecurity and IT after attending a WomenTech Educators Training! 

Fayetteville Technical Community College doubled female enrollment in their Cybersecurity program in only 5 months -- from 12 to 22 women.  Male enrollment also increased from 58 to 101. 

Broward College increased female enrollment in their IT & CS Department -- including Cybersecurity -- by 77 women in a year’s time.  Male enrollment also increased from 751 to 1009.

During the COVID-19 crisis, more organizations than ever are working remotely and urgently need the support of Cybersecurity and IT professionals. This demand will continue as many women start looking for new career opportunities in the aftermath of the pandemic. Don’t miss this chance to talk with Donna about recruiting women to Cybersecurity!

Donna will also discuss the upcoming WomenTech Educators Online Bootcamps in June and July.

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About Donna Milgram

Donna Milgram has dedicated her career to helping women succeed in fields that have been traditionally dominated by men. Ms. Milgram has been a Principal Investigator on 5 National Science Foundation (NSF) grants including the CalWomenTech Project, which was highlighted by the NSF for demonstrating significant achievement and program effectiveness and chosen as 1 of 3 model projects by the American Association of University Women.


Ms. Milgram also has extensive experience helping law enforcement agencies with recruitment, integration and retention of women police officers. She has twice been a trainer at the FBI Academy for police chiefs on this topic and has authored two articles in Police Chief Magazine. 

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