Tania Jareen is helping the community as a faculty at Wichita State University. As a leader in the classroom, she is teaching new concepts and skills in the Cyber Security field. She is one of six women in the United States awarded to build the world’s fastest and most powerful network at the SuperComputing conference funded by the National Science Foundation and Department of Energy. She is a Computer Systems Engineering Committee Member for Grace Hopper conference and Technical Committee Member for PEARC conference. She is a reviewer for the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) award application for Aspiration for Computing (AiC) as well as an application for Collegiate Award. She was a Network Engineer at Purdue University to manage high-speed networks that connect researchers and scientists across the world. She assisted the network migration team at Cox Communications, one of the leaders in the internet broadband communities. She earned a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Computer Networking from Wichita State University. She chased her dream to be a part of the high-performance computing community and traveled a long distance from Bangladesh where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. She is excited to work for the team and organization where she can help the community, especially the young women who can be the greatest contributor to the technological revolution.