It is no brainier that we need more women in technology more than ever before as it goes a long way to show that our ecosystem is diverse and inclusive of everyone not minding their gender or race.
As such, many initiative by individuals and cooperate bodies have spring up to help more women get into the technology space. In this article i will share with you three women in Tech Event you should attend this week, as we all know we are in an epidemic due covid-19 virus which requires almost everyone to stay at home and follow safety measure, the event are carryout online through either zoom or Hangout calls.
1. She Code Africa: This event is center around COVID-19 safety measure with the title ‘Balancing Learning and Working from Home’, the speaker of this event include Ada Nduka Oyom [Founder She Code Africa] and Dr.Chioma Nwakanma [founder Smile with me foundation].
You’ll also get to engage the speakers with questions and be sure to get immediate answers, The time and date for the webinar is 4 April, 2020 by 4:00pm, The venue for the webinar will be shared in our slack community. Join the Slack Community Here
2. Stem Girls Initiative Webinar Session I: This webinar is around Science, Engineering Technology and Mathematics [STEM] education for girls, which is essential geared toward getting more girls at the early age to get into Technology Space.
Topic: HOW TO DIVERSIFY INTO THE TECH SPACE,
Speakers: OLUWASEYITAN AWOJOBI, OPEYEMI OLAOYE, GBEMISOLA OJO
The link to the webinar session will be emailed to registered participants latest by Thursday, April 9th. Please have ZOOM or MICROSOFT TEAM MEETING downloaded and set up on your device before the day. To get the webinar invite link Register Here
3. A webinar by Women Techmakers Ibadan: Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive. Collective actions and shared responsibilities are key to achieve a gender-equal world.
Speakers Includes: Olufisayo Babalola: Incoming Associate Product Manager Intern, Google. She’ll be speaking on Foundation of Thought Leadership: Reframing Your Narrative.
Blessing Emah: Product Manager Intern, LawPavilion, Blessing will talk about The World of Product Management and how to get started
Ofure Ebhomielen: Graduate Intern, Computer Science Graduate, University of Ibadan. Her session is on Getting Started with Git and GitHub.
Time: 3-5pm, Date: 9 April, 2020
Enable and empower yourself with the right skills and information needed to thrive and succeed in the Tech space, Register Here
Do you Have any other Online webinar for Women in Technology that we are not aware of, please kindly share in the comment Box Below Thank you.