What is Future Ada?

We believe in empowering women, non-binary individuals and other underrepresented groups within STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) fields.  We are named after Ada Lovelace, the famous mathematician and first computer programmer.


Our demographic includes all ages, all backgrounds, all levels of education, and a focus on genders that are not prominently represented in STEAM.  Through workshops, trainings, community outreach, and mentorship we believe we can build a strong and inclusive world for STEAM which will help turn these industries into ones diverse people will feel welcome to participate in.


To create sustainable diverse and inclusive spaces for all people within science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).


Advocating for diversity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) via community education, outreach, and support networks so all people feel welcome and wanted in these exciting fields.


Imagination is the Discovering Faculty, pre-eminently. It is that which penetrates into the unseen worlds around us, the worlds of Science.”

Ada Lovelace


Inclusion | Diversity | Collaboration | Representation | Security | Creativity | Innovation | Empowerment


Due to the increased awareness of COVID-19 and risks it poses to our participants, family and friends, we’ve just made the difficult decision to cancel the physical aspects of The Diana Initiative 2020 and go virtual. More details coming soon. https://www.dianainitiative.org/message-regarding-covid-19/

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3 weeks ago

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In respect of the ongoing pandemic and the health of our community, we will be suspending our in-person events until further notice. We are focusing on remote content and activities in the meantime. Keep tuned in for updates as we work through those details! Stay safe out there, friends! <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

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We had such a great time tonight kicking off this year’s WE-STEM Symposium. Our keynote speaker Rebecca Long (@amaya30) is truly an inspiration. She talked of what it means to be brave, have perseverance, and to never forget to empower each other. What an amazing way to start our symposium!
#ewuwestem2020 #easternwashingtonuniversity #wiseclubewu #womeninstem #womeninscience #womenintech
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