K-12 Alliance

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The K-12 Alliance, made up of youth-serving organizations, professional educator associations, academic institutions, and businesses, leverages the reach and diversity of its members to create national outreach programs that increase the participation of girls in computing. Through its vast member network, the K-12 Alliance has the potential to reach 100% of the girls in the United States and is dedicated to creating access to authentic, inclusive computer science education for every girl, everywhere.

K-12 Alliance projects focus on increasing the recruitment, retention, and advancement of girls in computing and technology studies and careers, and inspiring girls to become more interested and confident in computing. The alliance is comprised of both national organizations (Alliance Members) and local organizations (Associate Members). To request more information or inquire about membership, fill out this form.

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Alliance Leadership

Kimberly Bryant

K-12 Executive Council
Black Girls Code

Karen Peterson

K-12 Executive Council
National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP)

Mark Nelson

K-12 Executive Council
Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)

Jennie Mathur

K-12 Executive Council
Girls, Inc.

Nikole Collins-Puri

K-12 Executive Council

Brook Osborne

K-12 Executive Council

Hai Hong

K-12 Executive Council

Leslie Aaronson

Strategic Director of K-12 Initiatives

Seth Reichelson

K-12 Executive Council
Lake Brantley High School

Jannie Fernandez

K-12 Alliance Manager

Suzanne Harper

K-12 Executive Council
Girl Scouts of the USA