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Coding for Girls Camps

ACI’s Coding for Girls events are free coding workshops that bring together middle school-aged girls and ACI experts to learn the foundation of programming languages, including HTML5, CSS and JavaScript.

Upcoming Camps
Nebraska, US
October 12 9am - 4pm

Recent Camps
Watford, UK
June 29 9am - 1pm

Coding for Girls

In Our Own Words
Blogs, insights and interviews from the women of ACI

Removing Gender Bias and Enabling Women to Succeed in Leadership Roles
An interview with ACI’s Melissa McKendry, recently honored by WIP as the 2019 Advocate for Women.  

What It Takes to Be an "Influential Woman in Payments"
Exclusive Q&A with ACI’s Carolyn Homberger, group president, on being recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Payments by PaymentsSource. 

ACI Watford Runs First Coding for Girls Camp in Europe
An inside look at the Coding for Girls Camp and why it’s essential in helping girls reach their potential in STEM fields. 

Why It's Never Too Late for Women to Join STEM Professions
How organizations and communities can help encourage more women to join STEM professions. 

Latest News 

ACI Worldwide Adds to Board of Directors with Appointment of Industry Leader
7 highlights from the Women in Payments Leadership Exchange | PaymentsSource
Coding for Girls Camp in Watford | Watford Observer
ACI Worldwide Hosting Coding Camp in U.K. | Watford Observer
Coding Camp Seeks to Ignite Girls' Interest in Science and Technology | Omaha World-Herald
Lisa McKee Chats About ACI's Coding for Girls Camp "Live & Local" with Mike Hogan | KIOS (NPR)
30 Millard, Elkhorn Students Get a Crash Course in Programming at Coding for Girls Camp | Omaha World-Herald


Industry Awards and Honors

Advocate for Women Award
U.K. Women in Payment Symposium 2019
Melissa McKendry, vice president, Implementation Services – Retail Banking

2018 Positive Troublemaker Award
European Women in Payments Network
Melissa McKendry, vice president, Implementation Services – Retail Banking

Most Influential Women in Payments 2019
Carolyn Homberger, group president

Forty Under 40, Class of 2019
Electronic Transactions Association
Erika Dietrich, vice president – Global Fraud Prevention & Risk Services