Dallas Business Journal

2018 Women in Technology Awards honorees announced - April 5, 2018
For the 5th annual Women in Technology Awards, the Dallas Business Journal will honor 26 leaders that are making a difference through technology at their workplaces. 
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Dallas Innovates

Defying the Odds: Cause Studio Gives Nonprofit Professionals, Organizations Tools to Succeed - March 19, 2018
When Robyn Brown first started organizing computer science workshops in the Dallas area, she wasn’t thinking the passion project would turn into a nonprofit.
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We must improve accessibility to STEM for all - January 12, 2018
We may live in the 21st century, but historical societal barriers have continued to divide our growing workforce. Girls and boys of color are still underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields because they have not been historically accessible and welcoming to them.
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In & Around Magazine

Connecting Students with Technology Mentors - January 2018
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Addison Magazine

Demo Day at Addison TreeHouse - December 20, 2017
This past Saturday, December 16, 2017, Addison TreeHouse hosted Demo Day Fall 2017. For this season’s Demo Day, middle school students were asked to showcase their work at building 3D games and develop their skills in Javascript, a popular computer programming language. 
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Wylie News

Nonprofit connects students with technology mentors - December 13, 2017
Beginning from a desire to help others, Wylie native Robyn Brown founded the nonprofit Bold Idea three years ago to mentor students in computer coding, preparing them for an increasing technological workforce as well as nurturing their creativity and life skills.
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3BL Media

In Your Community: North Texas Girl Scouts Coding for Social Good - June 24, 2015
Can we teach girls to use technology for social good? In a coding camp for 6th-8th grade Girl Scouts in North Texas, we did just that. Just a few days ago, the AT&T Women of Technology (AWT), teaming up with a local non-profit called Bold Idea, put on a three-day event to introduce girls to coding in HTML and CSS, as well as explore career possibilities in STEM. The event helped them think about how technology can solve real-world problems while helping others.
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