University of Maryland's all-women hackathon!

Technica is the University of Maryland's all-women hackathon. Over the duration of 24 hours, women are immersed in tech culture and encouraged to exercise their imagination to create interesting and innovative hacks. Technica is diverging from the typical hackathon as we encourage gender diversification and ask sponsors to hack alongside students in order to build stronger connections between students and the tech world.

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Judges

Lindsey Bates

Lindsey Bates
Booz Allen Hamilton

Jody LeSage

Jody LeSage
Booz Allen Hamilton

John Sell

John Sell
Fannie Mae

Chris Saunders

Chris Saunders
Fannie Mae

Kayla Russo

Kayla Russo
Lockheed Martin

Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan
Lockheed Martin

Adrienne McAbee

Adrienne McAbee
Lockheed Martin

Anusha Gururaj Jamkhandi

Anusha Gururaj Jamkhandi
Microsoft

Safiyah Sadiq

Safiyah Sadiq
Capital One

Bansari Desai

Bansari Desai
Capital One

Monica Zhu

Monica Zhu
Capital One

Cindy Wang

Cindy Wang
Capital One

Sarah Khalife

Sarah Khalife
GE Digital

Adam Malinauskas

Adam Malinauskas
GE Digital

Bob Dumont

Bob Dumont
AT&T

Sarah Kozik

Sarah Kozik
AT&T

 Ted Davies

Ted Davies
AT&T

Jonathan Moneymaker

Jonathan Moneymaker
AT&T

Liz Carney

Liz Carney
Bloomberg

Allison Chen

Allison Chen
Bloomberg

Jakub Bialas

Jakub Bialas
Bloomberg

Eric Shirk

Eric Shirk
Cipher Tech

Stacey O'Connell

Stacey O'Connell
Cipher Tech

Becky Sargent

Becky Sargent
Liberty Mutual

Judging Criteria

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