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About TechGirlz

We believe it takes a village to change girls' minds about tech, so we're enabling communities to engage them. Learn more about our mission.

With 15 days remaining, we are still sprinting toward our goals! 200 racers from all over the world are competing and helping us spread awareness of TechGirlz. Since the race started on March 21, we’ve completed (way ahead of schedule!) the 9,300 mile race course connecting 20 U.S. tech hubs. Thanks to nearly 100 donors, we are halfway to our goal of $10,000! Donations ranging from $10 to $700 are helping us develop new topics, host more tech workshops for middle school girls, and offer scholarships to our Entrepreneur Summer Camp. Beyond raising money, our objective is reaching a wider…

It was a Saturday morning TechGirlz workshop— similar to the one Angel recently led for a group of middle school students— that changed her mind about technology and coding. Angel, then age 12, loved to draw and make animations using MovieMaker but never thought computer programming was something she would pursue. “At first my perception of coding was sitting in front of the computer in dark room typing different numbers over and over and over again. That was the image I had of computer programming so I never considered it as something I would ever want to do,” said Angel,…

Apttus recently released its Super Salesforce Women in Tech of 2016, and Chariot's own Tracey-Welson Rossman was on the list! The women were nominated by their peers for their invaluable contributions and achievements inside of the Salesforce ecosystem and beyond. The report breaks nominees into 5 main categories, Philanthropy, Developers, Partners, Salesforce Admins, Salesforce MVPs and Salesforce Employees. Each was interviewed about her career journey, motivation, and advice for others. You can see the original article here. The full report with exclusive interviews is coming soon, but for now, check out the Women in Tech infographic.

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