About us

We are a community created by and for Latinas in Computing, with a mission of promoting our representation and success in computing-related fields. LiC community was established, with the help of AnitaB.org, after a Birds of a Feather session at the 2006 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. We are part of AnitaB.org Systers Affinity Groups. We exist to:

   Inspire our community

   Promote opportunities and resources

   Provide resources and guidance to lead new initiatives

   Mentor students, junior faculty and professionals


Bea Gandica
Bea Mendez Gandica has been selected as AAAS IF/THEN® Ambassador by the […]
LiC Co-founder Cecilia Aragón is an award-winning author, airshow pilot, and the […]
LiC Board Member and LATINITY Co-founder Natalie Gil was recognized in 2019 […]

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On October 1st, 2020, Latinas in Computing hosted approximately 300 participants attending this year’s Virtual Grace Hopper Celebration during the […]
Continuing the annual tradition, Latinas in Computing organized the Networking Session “Celebrating Latinas in Technical Roles” at Grace Hopper Celebration […]
Latinas in Computing at GHC19
Latinas in Computing had significant presence at the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). GHC 2019 linked together more than 25,000 women […]
The 4th edition of LATINITY (Latin American Women in Technology Conference) was held in September 6th and 7th, 2019, in […]
Ruth
Llanos-Vos

UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group)

I joined my first Women in Tech community while I was working at Apple in Cupertino. That group of great women introduced me to AnitaB.org and the Grace Hopper Celebration, and I was thrilled to attend my first GHC in 2013. During that conference, I attended a speed mentoring event hosted by Latinas in Computing, which was in a way “love at first sight”. I was inspired by many of them and knew I wanted to somehow get involved to continue their mission: “Empowering Latinas to dream big!”

Mirkeya Capellán

Mercedes-Benz USA

Something ignited in me and transformed me from someone that was shy and soft spoken into someone that was more confident and less afraid to speak her mind. I had found a place where I felt welcomed and supported by others that looked just like me. Since then, my involvement in Grace Hopper Conference, Latinas in computing, and other communities have provided me the opportunity to pay it forward and be part of something bigger.

Wendy Aleman

UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group)

Latinas in Computing is inclusion, diversity, and support. A group of women striving and growing in STEM careers is the best mentorship system possible. I will always be thankful for the opportunity to volunteer with LiC and meet amazing role models that I can relate to. This community offers wisdom, experience, and guidance with monthly meetings and sync ups, allowing women in technology to keep current with latest opportunities and trends.

Proud Sponsor of Latinas in Computing

Huge thanks to our sponsor, Nova Southeastern University, that encourages us to become a stronger community

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