I first met Adriana Gascoigne, the CEO of global nonprofit Girls in Tech — an organization that focuses on the engagement, education and empowerment of women and girls pursuing careers in STEM fields — in July. She was in San Francisco in between trips to New Zealand and London – just two of the many countries she travels to each year to spread the word about the importance of getting girls into STEM fields.
Women 2.0 interviews Candace Klein, Founder & CEO of Bad Girls Ventures -- a nonprofit, micro-finance organization focused on educating and financing woman-owned start-up companies.
The goal is to move the needle of young girls pursuing STEM degrees, staying in the workforce and understanding that women and men in STEM careers that have carved out their place again have custom-built great fulfilling jobs.
According to the National Center for Female Women in Information Technology's April 2015 survey, the U.S. computer science sector will have 1.2 million openings by 2022. Women currently represent just 26% of the computer workforce a...
Girls in Tech Founder & CEO Adriana Gascoigne has announced additional tech and investment leaders to the panel of judges at Lady Pitch Night US. Lady Pitch Night SF 2015 is a half-day pitch competition for female entrepreneurs of e...