IN BLACK & BROWN
The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionally impacted Black and Brown business owners and entrepreneurs. Many were forced to close their doors, and some may never reopen. We want to make sure Black and Brown-owned businesses start, grow, and thrive. To do that, they need financial resources and support.
To mobilize women and girls of color to improve economic mobility and catalyze systems change by providing programs that spark innovation and foster connections leading to a thriving future.
We’re Breaking The Cycle
Like wealth, poverty is passed down from one generation to the next, driven by racial inequity, underinvestment, and structural barriers in our communities.
With an emphasis on professional development and innovative use of technology, Girls For Technology is breaking the cycle for generations to come.
African American Women Wealth Gap
of women make up the technology workforce
of women technologists identified as Black
of Black women entrepreneurs live in households with incomes over $75,000
Girls For Technology focuses on holistic and immersive programming. As a catalyst for economic empowerment for women of color, we provide crucial training, resources, and support to build wealth through tech, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
Girls For Technology creates equitable programs that provide ongoing career learning, enabling girls and women to develop the skills needed to succeed in jobs and as entrepreneurs.