Sallie Petty, a UW-Green Bay senior majoring in Computer Science, was honored Tuesday, July 17 as an “Impact Member Award” recipient by Women in Technology Wisconsin during its annual meeting at Fox Cities Stadium. WIT Wisconsin recognized Petty as an outstanding role model who is making significant contributions to their community through her time, actions, talents and dedication. Sallie is the founder of the campus student organization at UW-Green Bay, WITonCampus at UWGB, and she is a student leader in Google IgniteCS at UW-Green Bay. She also serves as the lab administrator and social media/marketing manager for UW-Green Bay Cyber Security, Outreach and Education and has been involved in the GenCyber camps for the past two summers on campus. She represents UW-Green Bay in the community at a multitude of events demonstrating robots and talking about technology efforts at UW-Green Bay. Petty currently interns at Breakthrough Fuel in Green Bay. Congratulations!
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