• AAUW.  AAUW research points to barriers that block women's progress in STEM fields.
  • NCWIT, National Center for Women & Information Technology is a non-profit community of more than 300 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women's participation in technology and computing
  • The CRA-W Grad Cohort program, initiated in 2004 and funded by generous donations from Microsoft and Google, aims to increase the ranks of senior women in computing by building and mentoring nationwide communities of women through their graduate studies.
  • American Physical Society, Women in Physics, provides childcare grants to attend meetings
  • Women in Science and Engineering Statistics
  • NSF, Women in Science and Engineering Statistics
  • CRA Taulbee Survey, annual survey on the enrollment, production, and employment of Ph.D.s in computer science and computer engineering, with gender and ethnicity breakdowns.
  • Families and Work Institute, providing research for living in today’s changing workplace, changing family and changing community.
  • Moms Rising, bringing important motherhood and family issues to the forefront of the country's awareness. Together, we are working to create both cultural and legislative change, on both the national and state levels.
  • Forget Cinderella, Find Fred Astaire, a "manifesto" about why changing women is not the solution to creating a more diverse workforce
  • The Image of Computing provides a nice list of additional resources