We recently hosted a Meet & Greet for female newcomers in Amsterdam! Our aim was to announce our launch here. But the more good news the better! We also introduced our special programme with Codam. Most importantly, it marked progress in recruiting female newcomers to STEM. Thank You to all our guests and the Circl team!
Nadia KramarenkoShe Matters hosts Meet & Greet for female newcomers in Amsterdam
‘Listen, really listen. How many of us actually do it? That was my goal today as a proud partner of the European Migrant Advisory Board’s Consultation on the Local Level.’ – Christina Moreno, our founder & CEO.
A special thank you to our Lotus Flower Alumna ALAA Alturki, member of the EMAB & policy advisor on integration to Gemeente Amsterdam Anila Noor, and all our group for your contribution! Although individually we can make a difference, only together can we bring about change.
Born in 1815, Ada Lovelace is considered by many to be the world’s first computer programmer. Yet, women don’t often see themselves represented in the tech space. Of men with STEM degrees, 40% work in technical careers; only 26% of women with STEM degrees do. Systemic changes are needed.
Nadia KramarenkoShe Matters & the tech community welcome female newcomers
‘…To see, hear and experience the human story behind disasters and conflicts. Some things in life make you want to hug your loved ones just a little bit longer and tighter. For me, experiencing the journey of a refugee was one of them.’ – Christina Moreno, our founder & CEO, 1 November 2017.
Nadia KramarenkoShe Matters: A tribute to aid workers
Want to take a break from the city? Join us for an inspirational evening for women at Landgoed Ulvenhart, an authentic country estate in the vicinity of Breda! We’ll be happy to share the story behind She Matters with you at this blissful place.
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