Women in Computer Science @ Tufts University

Connecting and supporting women and femme nonbinary individuals studying Computer Science at Tufts.

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  • Connecting Women in CS

    Do you giggle when someone mentions interesting algorithms? Do you wish you could meet other people who love the way sublime looks? WiCS wants to help you meet people like you. And more importantly, women like you.

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  • Providing a Network of Opportunities

    We all know how import connections are within the working world today. Meet someone who has a full-time position at Google and you're one step closer to getting one yourself. WiCS helps establish those networks.

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  • Supporting All Members Endeavors

    Perhaps most important is the support that WiCS offers. If you're working on your own side project, tell us! We'll be sure to spread it to all of our members and maybe provide you a helping hand!

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WiCS Network

Use your fellow WiCS students and alumnis as resources to meet professionals and establish connections.

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Create relationships with other female coders and work on projects and assignments or even attend a hackathon together.

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Office Hours

Sometimes the world of CS can be overwhelming, WiCS is here to help you along your journey whenever it gets tough.

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  • Tati Doyle
    Tati Doyle - Co-President
    Tati is a senior at Tufts University majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Foreign Policy Analysis. She's interned at a startup incubator program at Berkeley Haas, Paytronix, and Square. She's interested in backend engineering and is passionate about dogs, boba, and international relations. She is the Co-President and Professional Development Officer for Tufts Women in Computer Science organization, where she works to support and bring professional opportunities to female/non-binary CS students. She will be joining Square as a software engineer in New York after graduation.
  • Emily Tran
    Emily Tran - Co-President
    Emily is a sophomore in the School of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Foreign Policy Analysis. She is the Co-President and Secretary for WiCS. At Tufts, she is the Teaching Fellow for Comp 11; she is also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and the Vietnamese Students Club. She enjoys watching cooking shows, reading, using Google Calendar rigorously, and exploring Boston in her free time. She will be interning on the Information Security team at Intuit this summer. Fun fact: I’ve only lived with other Emilys for my entire time at Tufts!
  • Phoebe Taylor
    Phoebe - Underclassman Representative
    Phoebe is a freshman in the school of Arts and Sciences. She is the Underclassman Representative for WiCS. She is also considering a major in Political Science in addition to Comp Sci. Outside of school, she enjoys practicing Karate, hanging out with friends, writing, reading, and feeling ridiculously accomplished after finishing a bullet journal page for next month (in spite of the fact that I haven’t actually done something productive).
  • Lexi Walker
    Lexi Walker- President
    Lexi is a sophomore in the School of Engineering, double majoring in computer science and biomedical engineering. She loves the winter, whether she’s playing in the snow, skiing or snowshoeing (if you couldn’t tell, she’s from Maine). She’s currently taking COMP 40, so catch her in Halligan this semester!
  • Nandita Subbiah
    Nandita Subbiah - Mentorship Program Coordinator
    Nandita Subbiah is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science. She is the WICS Underclassmen Representative. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, listening to music, hanging out with friends, and being part of the Tufts Debate Society. Fun fact: I have found 13 four leaf clovers in my lifetime (including 11 during one summer)
  • Alexandra Theodora Tsitsiringos
    Alexandra - Outreach Chair
    Alexandra is a sophomore studying Computer Science and International Relations. She grew up in Athens, Greece but is also US citizen. She is an Analyst at the Tufts Consulting Collective (TCC) and a member of Tufts Debate Society. She has experience working at a tech startup in Athens, doing research at Harvard and working for MA Governor Charlie Baker, and will be working as a DoD intern at the Pentagon this summer.
  • Amal Hassan
    Amal Hassan- WiT Conference Co-Chair
    Amal is a Junior studying Computer Science in the School of Engineering. She is currently doing research in robotics and augmented reality and she is also part of the Tufts Robotics Club. In her spare time she enjoys figure skating, biking, and reading!
  • Anna Yuen
    Anna Yuen - Logistics Officer
    Anne is a Sophomore studing Computer Science and minoring in Urban Studies in the School of Arts and Science. She is interested in learning about the development of urban and suburban neighborhood and how to combine computer science with urban planning. Outside of classes, she enjoys playing piano, watching comedy standups and exploring Boston.

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