Who We Are

About the TechGirlz program

Powered by CompTIA Spark, TechGirlz workshops provide hands-on learning opportunities for girls in grades 5-8. By solving real-world challenges, participants build confidence and open their minds to new possibilities. With the support of partners in communities across the country, CompTIA Spark is  empowering more girls to become tomorrow’s tech leaders. 

What we offer

Access free, hands-on technology workshops for girls in grades 5-8 on topics including designing mobile apps, podcasting, AI and more. 

Help inspire girls in tech with our workshop partnership program for companies, organizations and community groups. Comprehensive workshop plans make it easy for anyone to run a workshop.

Chosen at the start of each school year, our Teen Advisory Board is a group of energetic teens from around the country who meet together (virtually and in-person) to help advise on future TechGirlz topics as well as working together to lead their own workshops. 

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Headshot of Tracey Welson-Rossman, Founder of TechGirlz

Tracey Welson-Rossman

FOUNDER EMERITUS

About the TechGirlz founder

Tracy Welson-Rossman is an expert in building sustainable companies and organizations, and a tireless promoter of women and girls in tech. She is a founding member and chief marketing officer at Chariot Solutions, a leading Philadelphia area enterprise application and mobile development consulting firm. Welson-Rossman’s latest start up, Journal My Health, is a health tech company helping patients with chronic conditions tell their health stories with data. 

Welson-Rossman founded TechGirlz, now powered by CompTIA Spark, to address girls lacking the belief that technology is a promising career for them. Acquired by CompTIA Spark in 2019, the TechGirlz program inspires middle school girls through engaging technology workshops.