top of page


Women in Workshop
Part of our success is the development of strategic alliances to offer supplementary services and resources to members. WomSA has developed several successful alliances with influential organizations within the business, technology, and not-for-profit spectrums.

Forming an alliance with WomSA provides your eligible clients with cybersecurity mentorship, career pathing, and networking. The partnership allows you to focus on core-competencies while increasing overall value to your target audience. WomSA alliance partners will also increase their brand awareness within our membership, volunteer and, sponsor databases. A larger audience not only influences your market size, but also supports a strong commitment to the cyber community.




"Cloud Security Alliance is excited to announce our partnership with WomSA (Women's Security Alliance). Women's Security Alliance is a nonprofit organization that empowers women in cybersecurity by aligning her strengths and interests to a cybersecurity career path"


"Every day we work toward our mission to inspire and grow women in technology. A diverse IT workforce is a vital part of Michigan’s transformation and we strive to engage and retain female professionals here." With parallel missions of helping women enter and advance in technology careers, WomSA is the cybersecurity arm for MCWT. We will leverage each other's networks and resources to accomplish our vision.


"For nearly three decades, our customers have come to rely on CBI as their trusted advisor to meet their unique needs with solutions from the best professionals in the industry. We are a privately owned, services-led team of individuals that are obsessed with cybersecurity and making this world a safer place for everyone." CBI has invested significant resources into making the Women's Security Alliance a reality.


The West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium is a multi-jurisdictional and public/private partnership whose purpose is to enhance the prevention, protection, response, and recovery to cyber security threats, disruptions, and degradation to critical information technology functions.


The Apprenti model presents a rare opportunity to shift the supply curve of talent in our region by recruiting driven candidates with interest and aptitude in IT. This innovative talent solution was developed by industry for industry, and, as such, has been designed to be scalable and adaptive to the ever-changing landscape of tech. 


The Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion & Advancement (CADIA) is a nonprofit focused on diversity and inclusion in

the automotive industry. Its mission is to double the number of diverse leaders in the automotive industry by 2030. CADIA

is championing diverse talent, driving systemic change, and supporting leadership commitment in the automotive industry.



"The Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) is enthusiastic to partner with the Women’s Security Alliance (WomSA). Both groups share parallel goals and objectives as well as a strong desire to enable women in technology, specifically cybersecurity.

I welcome the solidarity between MCWT and WomSA and look forward to working together as we diversify Michigan’s workforce. "

Chris Rydzewski MCWT.jpg

Chris Rydzewski | Executive Director

Michigan Council of Women in Technology


"CBI is committed to WOMSA’s mission of enabling women to succeed in cybersecurity and I am proud to have several members of our team sit on WomSA’s board. WomSA’s objectives directly align to CBI’s core values and our focus on community.


WomSA partnered with CBI!"

Steve Barone.jpg

Steve Barone | CEO & President



"Michigan is well positioned to support a healthy cybersecurity workforce. The demand for cybersecurity talent is on the rise and organizations like WOMSA are critical. WOMSA provides the education, training and connections for women in the cybersecurity industry to be successful. "

Michele Ureste.png

Michele Economou Ureste, MPA | Executive Director

Workforce Intelligence Network

bottom of page