Google's Women Techmakers program provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology.
Women Techmakers is Google’s brand and global program for women in technology. Women Techmakers provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology to drive innovation and participation in the field. Women Techmakers events are designed to promote an environment of inclusion for women in technology, as well as celebrate women leading the industry. We want to advance, grow, and celebrate women developers, designers, and technology entrepreneurs.
Women Techmakers was founded by Googlers in 2012, including Megan Smith, former VP at Google[x] and current Chief Technology Officer of the United States. The program started as a once-a-year event for women in technology to connect and inspire one another, happening the night before Google I/O. In 2013 Women Techmakers became a global brand and program led by Natalie Villalobos, Google’s Women in Technology Advocate. In 2014, Women Techmakers hosted 125 events across 52 countries for International Women's Day, increased the participation of women at Google I/O from 8% in 2013 to 20% in 2014, and much more.
WTM in integrated into the GDG community you can find more information about GDG Casablanca here: https://www.meetup.com/GDGCasablanca/
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