Rewriting the Code supports and empowers college, graduate and early career women in tech through intersectional communities, mentorship, industry experience, and educational resources to become the next generation of engineers and tech leaders.
Our core values
Belonging and Community
Belonging is our bedrock. Community is our charge.
We lift, lean on, and leverage each other’s strengths.
Access should have no admission fee.
We bravely disrupt inequity to boldly impact the future.
We create mirrors and shatter glass ceilings.
We develop programs to meet the needs of women navigating towards or advancing careers in tech.
Impactful community engagement with peers, mentors, companies, and more
Understanding of possible career paths and opportunities for students pursuing computer science and engineering degrees
Exposure to technology disciplines such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, data science, cybersecurity, and applications across industries
Advice and support from a broad network of company tech leaders, peers, mentors, and women role models
Financial support aimed at propelling undergraduate members past urgent financial obstacles through the RTC Women in Tech Fund
Personal skill development, including networking, confidence, communication, leadership, and navigating challenging situations in a safe, inclusive space
Undergrad + Grad Members
Early Career Members
Black Wings Members
Latinas de RTC Members
Meet our Team
The RTC community is served by a passionate and nimble group of staff members working across the country and a volunteer Board of Directors. Every member of our team is dedicated to empowering women to become the tech leaders of tomorrow. Meet the core team members working to support our mission.
Sue is a proven company founder, entrepreneur, and healthcare leader. Before Rewriting the Code, Sue launched, developed, and successfully sold a novel e-commerce and technology business in the collegiate and professional sports industry. Sue also created the strategic vision and operational infrastructure for a multi-specialty physician organization within Duke University Health System, a nationally acclaimed academic health system. She is an expert at recognizing the viability of business opportunities, testing the market to refine the proposed model, and executing the go-to-market strategy. She brings a strong ability to create passionate teams, establish focused and positive work cultures and lead disruptive business models to bring innovative change. Sue hopes to positively impact the young college women of Rewriting the Code by supporting the students with the necessary skills, confidence, and applied work opportunities to develop the next generation of technology leaders. Sue received her Masters in Healthcare Administration from Duke University in 1992 and an AB in Economics from Duke University in 1990. Sue earned a full scholarship to Duke, receiving All-America honors before playing professional basketball in Kortrijk, Belgium.