Technology is the 21st centuries' job driver, yet girls are under-represented in technology-related jobs. While in early age the interest is almost equal, the biggest decline happens once they become teenagers.
Coding Girls started as a small workshop with 16 girls and a boy and turned into an exciting journey with the aim to start Coding Girls Communities (CGCs) all over the world.
Our mission is to empower girls to get started in coding and to increase the number of women in technology, leadership and entrepreneurship.
Our key focus is to prepare girls to become the role models of the next generation in order to shift the paradigm and to create a balance.
An inclusive and diverse world with females as tech innovators, leaders and entrepreneurs who make a positive change with the help of code.
Inclusion: Everyone matters and matters equally.
Support: Creating a culture of friendliness and understanding.
Empowerment: If you are willing to learn, we are willing to show the way.
Diversity: Our differences spark innovation.
Courage: Acting with courage in order to shape the future we want to be part of.
Teamwork: Together we can.
Making a difference: Making a positive change in the world with the help of code.
Who, where and what?
Coding Girls is a gender-neutral organization promoting an increased presence of girls and women in the tech, leadership and entrepreneurship. Our programs are aimed to prepare girls to become the role models of the next generation in order to shift the paradigm and to create a balance in the tech world.
Coding Girls delivers a series of worldwide events, workshops and courses. With communities and clubs across the world we are continuously growing and increasing the number of girls and women in tech.
Our Founder, Anna Radulovski
"From the first workshop of 16 girls to 1000+ members in several months, Coding Girls is constantly growing globally with new communities, increasing the number of girls and women in tech. "
Anna Radulovski - Inspiring girls and women to get into technology and develop a tech-career.
It is a proven fact that more diverse companies are more successful and yet just 10% of working engineers are women. Anna’s great passion is to inspire and empower girls and women to get started in technology-related fields, which already dominate our world.
Being featured by Web Summit and a frequent speaker at tech events like WeAreDevelopers World Congress and WEBIT FESTIVAL Europe enables Anna not only to raise the necessary attention but also to put her mission into action by connecting people from business, government and education.
Her educational background includes a Master in Philology. Her focus on Technical Education and her passion for tech and education inspired her to start the social enterprise Coding Girls.