The Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project includes oral history interviews with women faculty, alumnae, and students in the Department of Computer Science as well as IT professionals at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The interviews capture a diversity of experiences of women involved in various facets of computing – from network engineering and computational phylogenomics to multimedia and tele-immersive systems. These interviews were conducted by Bethany Anderson for the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)-grant funded project “From Margin to Center: Reframing the History of Women in Computing and Information Technology through Oral Histories” (2017-2018).