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.Girls in Tech Dublin (GITD) launched in March 2017 under the leadership of Coral Movasseli and are composed of a team of Rockstars!
The Girls in Tech Hacking for Humanity is a hack for good. We work with local NGOs/Charities so that attendees can solve pressing and relevant business challenges that will make a difference in their community.
Hackathons are a chance for everyone with any background and gender to contribute. You don’t need any technical skills to contribute. Come see for yourself.
You will meet really cool like minded people that you’ll get to work with for a weekend. You will get exposed to what it’s like to take an idea and create a concept ready for market. You will learn new skills. The most innovative ideas will have the chance to pitch your ideas to judges. You will get to win top notch prizes.
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Sandra has been a member of Girls in Tech Dublin for over a year now. She is a strong, inspiring and brave young woman. As our Head of Marketing she built a story behind our brand that keeps on inspiring us and our followers each day. Here is more about her journey and how she landed where she is today. #girlsbehindGITDread more
On May 24-26th we hosted the first women-in-tech and female-led Hackathon in Ireland at The Digital Hub in D8, proudly alongside our main sponsor Paddy Power Betfair as well as backing from the IDA.read more