Notion partnered with DC Web Women to measure the impact of their Code(Her) Conference as part of Notion's campaign for using data for good. The Code(Her) Conference is the premier 2-day conference in Washington, DC where women and their allies come together to build skills and relationships that advance careers and inclusion in the tech industry.

Code(Her) Conference Impact Report

August 2017

Inclusion spurs innovation.

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Conference Numbers

By the end of 2017, Code(Her) Conference attendees will have participated in 100 hands-on workshops.

Hands-on Workshops

2014
26
2015
24
2016
21
2017
29
2016 Conference Recap

From a coffeehouse meeting in 1995, DC Web Women has come a long way in delivering content and programs that support and advocate inclusion in technology.

Our 3rd annual Code(Her) Conference trended on Twitter for the weekend in the DC area and advanced careers in 2016.

Attendees by Role

Attendees by Role Updated: 08/22/2016
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In 2016, most Code(Her) attendees identified as being practitioners — the doers working directly in technology roles day-in and day-out.

Attendees by Industry

Attendees by Industry Updated: 08/22/2016
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Code(Her) welcomes a diverse audience from private sector, government, non-profit, and education.

Attendees by Gender

Female
184
Male
15
Other
1
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Men play a key role when it comes to diversifying the tech industry.

Men attend Code(Her) Conference to not only support DC Web Women's mission, but to learn among the women who are breaking down barriers, and advancing in their careers.

Scholarships

2016
10
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In 2016, DC Web Women provided 10 Code(Her) scholarships to deserving students.

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