In order to foster and expand our global network, we are in the process of developing our own infrastructure that will serve as the main source of all EWAAB communication. We have gathered a team of female software engineers and computer scientists that are designing and developing a software that allows for those in the EWAAB network to easily connect, collaborate, and create together, despite living all across the globe. We are looking to develop an application that will allow our members to come together virtually and communicate seamlessly.


This unique opportunity allows aspiring women software engineers and computer scientists to work collaboratively on a project which will enhance their technical skills, provide real world experience and receive mentorship from established female engineers in industry.

Trinette Brownhill is a second generation IBMer and Distinguished Engineer who loves working with clients by providing technical counsel to executives on strategy, innovation, and market direction.

Trinette Surles
Software Advisor

EWAAB believes that diversity and inclusiveness are the cornerstones of the organization's success. We are dedicated to supporting and connecting with women and nonbinary and gender non-conforming people of all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, disabilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and nationalities.