Girls in Tech launches Global Classroom

We’re Partnering with S&P Global to Offer Free Programming Courses to Women Around the World!

Posted: 04.05.2017

Girls in Tech, in partnership with S&P Global, will be launching Global Classroom on April 10, a comprehensive online technology program targeted to women around the world. This eight-week course teaches critical science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills needed for a career in computer programming, while also providing...

Joining Forces Around the Globe to Hack for Humanity

Posted: 04.04.2017

Hacking for humanity—a pretty ballsy, bold idea. But we’re up to the challenge. In fact, we’re so up to the challenge that we’ve strung together a global Hacking 4 Humanity series. Do tell, you say? It’s a global hackathon, hitting 23 cities over X months.  And it’s not about...

Girls in Tech 10-Year Anniversary: Celebrating Decades of Achievements for Women in Tech

Posted: 01.05.2017

2017 marks Girls in Tech’s 10-year anniversary of founding. We’re proud of our decade of achievements, but we also want to take this year to reflect on historical accomplishments  of all women throughout technology. In honor of these irreplaceable moments, we’ve created a visual of some of the groundbreaking...

Girls in Tech’s Top 5 Milestones in 2016

Posted: 12.30.2016

This time of year offers a natural pause for so many to reflect on the past year, take stock of where they’re at in life and think about where they want to be. Here at Girls in Tech, we’re no different. We’re proud to say that we’ve sailed through an...

Girls in Tech Rings the Bell at the New York Stock Exchange!

Posted: 12.29.2016

To say it’s been an incredible week is an understatement. On Tuesday, the Girls in Tech staff, managing directors, several Board members and other close supporters gathered at the New York Stock Exchange to ring the closing bell, an honor given to just a handful of non-profit organizations each...

A Mindset for Change: Problem-Solving with Girls in Tech CEO Adriana Gascoigne

Posted: 12.15.2016

By Parisa Bazl and Josh Calixto, Infor Amplify winner, Pandia Health, accepting the prize. The more entrenched a problem is, the more convoluted it can be to solve. We see this all the time in enterprise software. “Modernize this ERP platform” isn’t just a task, it’s an...

Sandy Carter

Girls in Tech Board Updates: Sandy Carter (IBM) is Now Chairman, Plus 3 New Board Members

Posted: 10.11.2016

The Girls in Tech Board team continues to evolve as we progress and grow! We’re thrilled to have Sandy Carter, former Global GM of Ecosystem Development & Social Business Evangelism for IBM, take over as Chairman of the Board. In her new role, Sandy will leverage her leadership experience...

SAP SConnect16

Tweet to Get $1 Donated to Girls in Tech!

Posted: 10.03.2016

Today we kick off a very special partnership with SAP SuccessFactors. They’ve generously pledged $1 for every tweet that uses these two hashtags: #sconnect16 #All4GIT. This demonstrates SAP SuccessFactors’ solid commitment to empowering and encouraging women in tech around the globe! SAP SuccessFactors provides innovative technology solutions to help HR...

Welcome Sophia Mahfooz, Girls in Tech’s Director of Global Partnerships

Posted: 09.19.2016

Exciting news from Girls in Tech Corporate—we have a new head of Global Partnerships! Sophia Mahfooz just relocated to San Francisco from London. She will work to curate partnerships for Girls in Tech on a global scale, so we can scale with the right resources and support. What will...

Thank you

The Deepest Gratitude

Posted: 08.10.2016

Much has been said about the people you work with; how you’re only as strong as your team. For Girls in Tech, that’s certainly true, but for a global non-profit like us, it’s harder. The mountains we have to climb are steeper; our road is longer. We’re not a new...