June 10, 2015
Margaret Roth is known in Baltimore — and nationwide — as an advocate and passionate supporter for all things “women in tech.”
Her personal experience as an outdoor educator, classroom professional and professional development specialist at Baltimore’s Digital Harbor Foundation, served her well as she launched her next endeavor — co-founding Yet Analytics, a big data analytics company that is on its way to disrupting how we all track, measure and evaluate human capital.
Roth, 26, also is both the co-founder of EdTechWomen, a global networked community of educators, technologists and business experts focused on leadership development for women in education technology, and the vice president of community impact for the Junior League of Baltimore, an organization developing women leaders through volunteerism, that recently celebrated its 103rd anniversary.
Her work has earned her a reputation nationwide as well, as earlier this year she was named a Change Maker of the Year at the SXSWedu conference in Austin, Texas.