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Providing a forum for women in technology in Oklahoma
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who we are

Oklahoma Women in Tech (OKWIT) is a 501(c)3 holding nonprofit organization of professionals in the technology industry with a determination to bridge the gap between genders in STEM fields.  


We strive to better network and promote women within the industry across Oklahoma, while educating and encouraging young women to continue their interest and studies in STEM fields.

our board


Ashley Coffey


Brianna Shara

Brianna Shara


Kate Williams

Kate Williams, Ph.D.


Rebecca Hartwig

Rebecca Hartwig


Tabatha Carr

Dr. Tabatha Carr

Director of Professional Development

Mahal Ramos

Mahal Ramos

Director of Member Relations

Cindy Silva

Cindy Silva

Director of Communications

Jessica Lippert

Jessica Lippert

Director of Special Events

our founders


Brandy Semore


Jilian Doll

Pinnacle Huddle 2020

Maggie Durguner

Ashlie Cornelius Profile Pic

Ashlie Cornelius

Learn more about our members!

our focus

Our focus on women in leadership roles and maintaining longevity in the industry, isn’t just about equality – it’s also about better business.


 Studies show that companies with diverse leadership and teams have higher sales, more customers and larger market share, which they attribute to their ability to differentiate their business strategy and product development.

Together, we will impact not only the next generation’s contribution to technology, but also our own.

our goals

Promote, advocate, and provide thought leadership for women working in technology

Demonstrate that advancing women in STEM related fields help unite the workforce with the world at large by offering differing perspectives and relationships that are invaluable to the health and prosperity of any organization

Help build mentorships and peer-relationships amongst women working in similar fields

Sound like something you want to be apart of?