Women. Technology. Entrepreneurship.

Events and Campaigns

Chapter Events

DateEvent TitleCityCountry
11/30/2017Shatter Series: from Wall Street to LYFT… The Journey of DrenaPhoenixUS
12/05/2017A Celebration of Women & Girls in Tech & StartupsPhoenixUS
12/10/2017[Workshop] Hour of CodeScottsdaleUS
01/28/2018[Workshop] Productivity Hacks with Office 365 and Windows 10ScottsdaleUS
02/25/2018[Workshop] Create WOW Presentations and Projects with SwayScottsdaleUS
03/25/2018[Workshop] Make Your Own Story with PowerPoint and WordScottsdaleUS
04/29/2018[Workshop] Digital PhotographyScottsdaleUS
05/27/2018[Workshop] Computer ExpertScottsdaleUS
06/24/2018[Workshop] Online SafetyScottsdaleUS
07/29/2018[Workshop] Start Your Own BusinessScottsdaleUS

Corporate Events

DateEvent TitleCityCountry
There are currently no corporate events scheduled.

Programs

Chapters

Jobs

Job TitleJob TypeLocationDescription
Browsers developerFull TimeRemoteAt Igalia we are hiring several software developers to work on a variety of aspects of web browser development
Grant Writer, FreelanceFreelanceRemote OKAbout the Job Are you a kick-ass communicator with a flair for data and detail? Girls in Tech
UX Designer (Readers)Full TimeAnywhereThe Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting Wikipedia and other Wiki projects. We operate one of the world’s
Front-end Web DeveloperFull TimeNew York City, NYGreat Jakes is looking for a front-end web developer to help implement our client projects, as well as improve our
Cloud Services Technical Support (Contract)TemporaryAnywhereSan Francisco, CA or Remote Type: Contract Hours: 20 hours per week Duration: 3 months (with possibility for extension) Summary: The Wikimedia Cloud Services team is looking
Junior Sales AssociateFull TimeSan FranciscoAbout the Job Girls in Tech is looking for a sales super star. This individual will focus on

About Us

Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. Adriana Gascoigne founded GIT in 2007 to create a support framework to help women advance their careers in STEM fields.

Today, GIT aims to accelerate the growth of innovative women entering into the high-tech industry and building startups. We achieve this through the creation of proprietary, innovative programming and strategic global partnerships.

With headquarters in San Francisco and more than 100,000 members located around the globe, GIT relies on volunteer efforts to lead each of the 60 local chapters. Programming and events vary by chapter based on local interests and needs.

GIT is not just for professional women. We exist for anyone with an interest in technology, startups and providing women with a platform for growth. But we operate with the spirit of the girl within all of us—fearless, lively and determined.

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Empowerment

Increasing the technical and entrepreneurial capacity to inspire women to innovate, share wisdom, and have a voice within the industry

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Engagement

Utilizing the power of technology to bring women together to shape their future and democratize the world

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Education

Facilitating learning and skillbuilding through advanced curriculum and programming within the STEM fields

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The Team

Melissa Drake

Melissa Drake

Managing Director

Rebecca Clyde

Rebecca Clyde

Managing Director

Aditi Madane

Aditi Madane

Sponsorship Co-Chair

Annika Jones

Annika Jones

Events Co-Chair

Carine Dieude

Carine Dieude

Mentorship Chair

Christiana Moss

Christiana Moss

Curriculum Co-Chair

Jen Spencer

Jen Spencer

Marketing Chair

Lauren Witte

Lauren Witte

Sponsorship Co-Chair

Linda Capcara

Linda Capcara

Public Relations Chair

Melissa Barker

Melissa Barker

Finance Chair

Melissa Gamez

Melissa Gamez

Membership Chair

Nicole Goodwin

Nicole Goodwin

Legal Chair

Nicole Moon

Nicole Moon

Events Co-Chair