Kathy Labozzetta Cropped 2014Kathy Labozzetta wrote this month's blog for the Grand Rapids Business Journal. It features the Michigan Council of Women in Technology and their importance in as they move to West Michigan.

Kathy Labozzetta is a member of the nonprofit Michigan Council of Women in Technology.

The Michigan Council of Women in Technology is making a concentrated effort to grow membership in West Michigan.

This nonprofit MCWT has its roots in the east side of the state, but is expanding through West Michigan involvement.

MCWT started in 2000 and continues to provide programming and resources to inspire and grow women in technology. The organization works to broadly reach young girls to get them to consider technology and deeply connect with women who chose the IT path.

MCWT brings together a network of stakeholders — teachers, parents, students, businesses, professionals and retirees — who are committed to seeing our IT community thrive. The organization's vision is for Michigan to become the No. 1 state for women in technology.

Read the rest of the post to learn more about MCWT and how you can be involved. Continue reading at the Grand Rapids Business Journal.

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