We need help from our Girls in Tech community! A PR Research class from the graduate program at the SI Newhouse School of Communication at Syracuse University has chosen Girls in Tech to be the basis of their semester-long project
Girls in Tech hopes to reach women in technology around the world with increased opportunities to ask for and receive raises from their employers. SAN FRANCISCO, California – Girls in Tech, an international organization focused on women in technology and entrepreneurship,
SAN RAFAEL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wild Card Roasters, LLC, an Artisan coffee roasting company has introduced a new coffee, Hakrz Delight – Crack The Code, under its Weaver’s Coffee & Tea brand in support of Girls in Tech. By purchasing this product, consumers are supporting the
5 startups from Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Ireland and Denmark are selected as finalists for the biggest pan-European competition for female-founded startups PARIS, France – Girls in Tech & Orange are pleased to announce the 5 finalists and the winner of
Neelie Kroes, the European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, took a few minutes to address the audience of our Girls in Tech Paris 4th Annual Lady Pitch Night. She talks about the strength of women in technology and entrepreneurship and the
Sheryl Sandberg expressed her commitment to women in entrepreneurship and leadership around the world while offering a congratulations to the contestants and winners of our Girls in Tech Paris Chapter’s 4th Annual Lady Pitch Night held in Paris.
STEM Women HOA spoke with Kate Brodock, President of Girls in Tech, about her role within the organization, her experience in the tech startup community, and the success stories from Girls in Tech.
As part of National Women’s History Month, we’re pleased to take part in an exciting twitter conversation with Divya Nag, Co-Founder of Stem Cell Theranostics and StartX Med. As STEM continues to heavily influence technological advances and future innovations, the National Women’s
I had the pleasure of being on an excellent panel of women for SXSWi this past weekend, where we discussed the issue of funding women entrepreneurs. Christine Osekoski, publisher of Fast Company, was our moderator and I was joined by
We’re excited about our SXSWi panel this year – “The Ongoing Issue of Funding Women Entrepreneurs” – featuring our President Kate Brodock and held on Saturday March 8th, from 11am-12pm in Salon G in the Hilton Austin Downtown. Come join us!