- Continue our substantive security and privacy training for women, maintaining status quo of 100+ attendance
- Develop workshop intensives: e.g., secure coding; Privacy-by-Design (PbD); Hacking 101; Privacy Tool Hackathon; Privacy Engineering; Lock Picking; etc.
- Increase corporate and non-corporate partnerships to support more substantive and leadership training to members
- Develop inclusive industry training materials
MENTORSHIP & NETWORKING
Grow our WISP Tandem Mentors Program
Mobilize members of the WISP community to mentor teens by teaching female students about careers in security and privacy
Host and facilitate networking opportunities for our WISP community
- Grow our social media outreach across channels, our website, and the WISP Quarterly Newsletter
- Expansion with new chapters in Dublin, Ireland and New York City.
- Develop initial expansion plans for local chapters in Seattle, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Boston
- Help create a job pipeline for women to lead in security and privacy
- Launch a conference inclusion initiative. Partner with Equal Respect initiative to: promote inclusivity; develop a Speaker's Bureau; and curate a list of women who are available to speak on panels.
Provide leadership training to women
Provide a platform for women to publish articles and share research
- Research ways to include more women in security and privacy industries
Review WISP's 2015-2016 Key Achievements