Girls in Tech’s Annual Gala on November 15, 2019 is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Our most critical and highly-anticipated annual event joins all those who care about women’s empowerment in an exciting evening featuring live entertainment, fine dining, and networking.

Why is Girls in Tech’s Fundraising Gala so significant? Because it changes lives. It’s a special evening that gathers a bit of everything — giving, celebrating, and connecting. 

We give by investing every single dollar raised in Girls in Tech’s innovative programming to help women around the world receive skills-based education, a support community, access to sponsors, and more. 

We celebrate 13 years of empowering the leaders of tomorrow as well as the exceptional achievements of women leaders who are paving the way for the next generation of girls and women in STEM. 

We connect with each other, united by the same mission: to support women with the education and community they need to succeed in tech and business.

They Are Changing the World. We Empower Them.

We are truly excited to share that, to date, Girls in Tech has made a positive impact on over 230,000 women, across 47 chapters, in 33 countries, and 6 continents, and we’re still going strong! But we couldn’t do it without the support of dedicated advocates like you. 

Perhaps, the best way to convey our true impact is to tell you the stories of just some of the fearless, passionate, and bright changemakers who are making the world better. This is how your support is transforming the lives of others. 

Jane Nawilis from Indonesia attended our inaugural session of Global Classroom 3D Maker Course. Using Tinkercad, she designed a token to represent the Society of Women Engineers in Jakarta and encourage girls to choose STEM studies and careers — fields that are still considered unsuitable for women in Indonesia. Jane is actively involved with Girls in Tech’s community in Jakarta. She even led a workshop entitled Tech Littlebits: A Lively Introduction to Electronics.

Harveen, Josephine, Osheen, Anusree, and Sara from Australia were the winners of Hacking for Humanity, a two-day unique hackathon aimed to tackle global challenges. They built a responsive website providing support and resources for women and children fleeing extreme domestic violence. The team recognized that the effort of volunteers is vital for making a positive impact in victims’ lives. Their platform/application aims to increase volunteer engagement, attraction, and retention and to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization.

Cecile Villette from France is a telecommunications engineer and the CEO of the French female-led startup ALTAROAD. Through real-time data collection, the company provides information about traffic and road conditions to best serve operators, city traffic managers, logisticians, and autonomous and connected cars. Her team was the winner of the AMPLIFY women’s pitch competition in Paris. 

“This award offers us the chance to fly to Singapore and meet with strategic business contacts there. Since we’ve already received several client requests from Singapore, we believe that this is a unique opportunity to expand our business to Southeast Asia!”


Girls in Tech’s programs have touched the lives of more than 200,000 aspiring individuals worldwide. Join us at our Fundraising Gala on November 15 and make a positive impact in the lives of many others. Hurry and reserve your ticket or table today!

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