Supporters Individual Donors Alliances


  • LinkedIn
  • National Science Foundation


  • Google
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


  • AT&T
  • Association for Computing Machinery
  • Mission College
  • Oracle


  • Agilent Technologies Foundation
  • Agrium
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems (LMSS)
  • Microsoft in partnership with Association for Computing Machinery - Committee on Women (ACM-W)
  • American Physiological Society (APS)
  • National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP)
  • Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA)
  • Coco Brown
  • Phyllis Buchsbaum
  • Adam Buchsbaum and Mary Fernandez
  • Edie Fraser
  • Simon Karpen
  • Patty Lopez
  • Geraldine McGrath
  • Jo Anne Miller
  • Ginna Raahauge
  • Bobby Schnabel
  • Eric and Patsy Sumner
  • Lloyd Taylor

Stem Connector

STEM Connectoris THE information and convening force on resources and best practices in STEM. Founded in 2011, the organization convenes top leaders in the field through initiatives that rapidly connect and leverage the world of STEM and help our supporters in their investments to build a STEM pipeline and workforce.


The EdLab Group's National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP), facilitates collaboration with all stakeholders who benefit from increasing diversity and engagement of women and girls in STEM. These wide varieties of stakeholders form state-based Collaboratives, who work to connect resources to local girl-serving STEM programs. The NGCP facilitates collaboration between more than 16,800 organizations who serve more than 7.8 million girls and 4.4 million boys.


NPower is bringing the tech community together for social good. NPower pursues this mission through two innovative programs - Technology Service Corps, a comprehensive tech and professional skills training program for disconnected young adults and vets - and The Community Corps, a unique, online, and highly scalable social good marketplace where nonprofits and schools can post requests for volunteers from the tech community and volunteers and corporations can find opportunities to give back for causes they care about using their skills.

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