Kansas City Women in Technology

Kansas City Women in Technology is a non-profit grassroots organization aimed at growing the number of women in tech careers in Kansas City. Programs include:

Coding & Cupcakes, a tasty series teaching parents and daughters to code.

CoderDojoKC, the Kansas City connection to a global collaboration for ages 7 to 17, providing free and open learning, especially in programming technology.

TechTalks, a series of networking events that include an opportunity for continuous learning.

Coding & Cocktails, an introductory programming series for women, complete with custom crafted cocktails.


  • Other STEM program provider

Audience Served

  • Everyone
  • Families
  • Students: College and above
  • Students: Elementary
  • Students: Middle School
  • Students: Pre-K
  • Youth ages 16-24 (not attending high school or post-secondary)

Opportunities Offered

  • After school/out of school
  • Conference/workshops
  • Scholarships

Focus Areas

  • Coding/Programming
  • Computer Science
  • Robotics
  • Technology