We’re excited to announce our keynote speaker for this year’s NM Women in Technology Celebration and that nominations for awards and scholarships are now open. Join us on Thursday, November 1st to recognize the achievements of women working in New Mexico’s technology arena, promote the role of women in tech and science, and encourage women to pursue careers in these fields.


We’re very glad to announce Valerie Plame Wilson as this year’s Keynote speaker. A former career covert CIA operations officer, Ms. Plame Wilson worked to protect America’s national security and prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, in particular nuclear weapons. She is the author of the New York Times best-selling memoir Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House, which was released as a major motion picture of the same name. She also narrates and appears in the critically acclaimed 2010 documentary on the dangers of nuclear proliferation, Countdown to Zero. She is a member of the Global Zero Leadership board. Ms. Plame Wilson has written a new spy thriller series, to be published later this year by Penguin books.

Our annual NM Women in Technology Awards are one of our most popular and we expect this event to sell out again.  Visit the registration page here to sign up!


Help us recognize the women who are leading the way both by their work in tech-related fields and in encouraging young women to pursue career paths in technology and science. Submit a nomination here.  


Each year, the New Mexico Technology Council makes cash scholarships available to women pursuing degrees in tech-related fields in programs at New Mexico’s universities and colleges. Encourage women you know to submit a nomination here.  


Are you and/or your organization willing to help support the Tech Council’s efforts to promote the role of Women in Technology?  Please consider sponsoring our celebration and our scholarship program. Find more information here.