Queens of Code: Stories from NSA's Computing Women
They've kept their secrets for 50 years or more. Laura Nelson, Kathy Jackson, and Eileen Buckholtz, three Queens of Code who lived in Maryland during their careers, share their stories about the National Security Agency's computing women, as well as tips for students considering a STEM career.
Join in virtually on January 20, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom for a program presented by the Queens of Code in partnership with the Maryland Women's Heritage Center.
Register via the EventBrite link below. Zoom details will be sent to registrants on 19 Jan.
The event is free. Donations are welcomed and will support STEM activities of the National Cryptologic Foundation and the Maryland Women's Heritage Center's 2022 programs.
About the Queens of Code
The Queens of Code is a women's technology history project that collects stories, experiences, and insights from women who worked in information technology at the National Security Agency in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.