Katy Dickinson designs and manages successful mentoring programs in the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. She has held senior executive roles at Everwise, People to People, MentorCloud, Huawei, and Sun Microsystems. At Sun, she created and managed the global Engineering mentoring programs for ten years, after creating and managing the Sun Labs archiving system, the Software development life cycle process, and other large corporate infrastructure.
Katy Dickinson was the Process Architect for the first class of the U.S. State Department’s TechWomen mentoring program. Member of the Anita Borg Institute Advisory Board. Lecturer for the University of California at Berkeley Engineering class on entrepreneurship. Katy Dickinson was graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with high honors and distinction. She is an author, speaker, and popular blogger on http://katysblog.wordpress.com/
- “Mentoring in a Box” – best practices and structure for small mentoring programs – published by Everwise
- Dickinson, Katy, and Professor of the Practice, Susan Rodger (Duke University – Computer Science), and Jessica Dickinson Goodman (Katy’s daughter): “Notable Women in Computing” Grace Hopper Conference poster and playing cards, and associated Kickstarter crowd funding project (funded at five times base request). Now available for sale on: Notable Women in Tech Cards
- Dickinson, Katy, Tanya Jankot and Helen Gracon. Sun Laboratories Technical Report “Sun Mentoring: 1996-2009″, TR-2009-185, August 2009. Also available free from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): ACM Digital Library