Founder, Sisters Code
Marlin Page is a technology strategist, media contributor, chief diversity and inclusion officer for FCA US LLC (formally Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) and founder of Sisters Code, a national training program designed to help women “re-career” into technology fields. Her mission is to empower women and girls in STEM education. With more than 20 years of experience in technology, Page has had a successful career as a coder, technology entrepreneur, and diversity and inclusion executive.
As the former deputy chief information officer for the city of Detroit, Page and her team successfully developed the city’s first e-government initiative and coordinated the technology behind Super Bowl XL. She also developed and implemented the first Global Diversity and Inclusion and Organizational Development Department for a Fortune 100 company.
Today, Page lends her voice and insight to tech platforms including: Meeting of the Minds, SXSW, Techonomy, Tech Week, and the U.S. State Department International Delegation. She also serves as a national speaker for Microsoft’s global DigiGirlz program.