Women In Tech

The Women In Tech Fellowship is about going beyond the surface level of conference news to find stories that matter, exploring how technology intersects with issues of social justice. Fellows report live from the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing and contribute to audio and video broadcasts while pursuing short profiles, breaking news stories and an in-depth feature piece.

Top, emerging journalists were chosen for a month-long reporting fellowship in October 2016. GroundTruth and theCUBE are collaborating on this fellowship with WGBH and Public Radio International’s “Innovation Hub” as a supporting editorial partner.

“We support the mission of GroundTruth in developing a new, more inclusive generation of journalists to dig into under-covered stories about the social implications of technology and share these stories and ideas with the world,” said John Furrier, co-CEO of SiliconANGLE Media.


The GroundTruth Project is a non-profit media organization dedicated to training the next generation of journalists to produce innovative media that enlightens and informs. Headed by Charles Sennott, cofounder of GlobalPost and longtime foreign correspondent, The GroundTruth Project is committed to narrative storytelling across media platforms, including digital, radio/podcast, television and documentary film. Since 2011, GroundTruth has supported more than 100 emerging journalists in telling the most important stories of their generation.

TheCUBE is the broadcasting platform and community of SiliconANGLE Media, Inc.,  an independent media company that provides technology news and analysis as it’s happening. Founded by entrepreneurs John Furrier and Dave Vellante, theCube has a mandate to promote the highest quality and fastest news and analysis on innovation, entrepreneurship, and latest inventions. TheCUBE has broadcasted live at hundreds of most influential technology events around the world.

Innovation Hub is a public radio program produced by WGBH and distributed by PRI. Hosted by Kara Miller, it features the thinkers, researchers, authors and visionaries who are crafting our future. The show challenges conventional wisdom and showcases creativity in everything from health to the economy.

The Women in Tech fellowship is sponsored by the GroundTruth Project and SiliconANGLE Media’s theCUBE. Other stories, reported from the Anita Borg Institute’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference in Houston, can be found at theTechTruth Women in Tech site.