JOIN US forThe First Annual GCL Gala
GirlsComputingLeague will be hosting it’s first annual Donor Appreciation Gala for both present and future donors on May 18th at 7:00 PM. The event will be held at the beautiful Smithsonian Castle in DC, and will serve as an excellent networking event for any technologist. We hope to see you there!
May 18th, 2019 at 7:00 PM
The Smithsonian Castle (1000 Jefferson Drive SW, Washington, DC 20560)
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This is the venue for the GCL 2019 Gala!
“Inspiration to Innovation”
In 2018 GirlsComputingLeague made a significant impact in students throughout Northern Virginia and the DC Metropolitan area. We have served a little over 4,000 students with our coding organizations, summits, and workshops, and in the coming year, we have even greater ambitions to take GirlsComputingLeague to a number of cities and students across the US.
To further our mission of shifting the balance of diversity in the technology workplace, we need your help to bring modern technology education to classrooms full of young women and students in the socioeconomic and racial minorities. This event will give our present donors a summary of the work we have done and will help future donors determine how they can contribute to our impact in the coming year.
Pricing and specific details are still being determined, however, if you are remotely interested in joining us for this event, please fill out the registration form below, and we’ll email you more details as we iron them out.
Word From Our Founders
Kavya and Neeyanth will share a quick recap from the following year and share some of the goals and ambitions of the organization for 2019.
We will have a series of expert
Our team will give you a complete view of the progress GirlsComputingLeague has made as a non-profit and show how the organization is touching students and making a difference in local communities.
This year GirlsComputingLeague is proud to introduce some new members to our team, and we want to give our donors a chance to meet them and see how they will be performing outreach for the organization in the future.
GirlsComputingLeague is looking to expand its reach across the country this year, and we want to share our vision for the coming year as we make attempts to grow.
Words from Our Mentors
To wrap up the evening, you’ll get the opportunity to meet some of the adults and mentors helping power GirlsComputingLeague.
These are a few of the companies who have chosen to help make this event possible. If your organization is interested in sponsoring this wonderful evening, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Neustar
Facilitator/Mentor, STEM Impressionists
Health Science Program Manager, National Institutes of Health
CTO, AbleVets LLC.
Vice President of Data Science, Capital One
Want to Speak at the 2019 GCL Gala?
If you have seen GirlsComputingLeague make an impact in the community or want to help GirlsComputingLeague in their mission, we’d love to have you speak!
Aspirations In Computing Community Manager, NCWIT
Youth Activation Specialist, Ashoka
Director of Society Leadership & Engagement, The National Society of High School Scholars
CEO of Kollabio; Former CTO of Octo Consulting
Vice President of Application Services, Unisys
Director, LearnServe International
Founder & Chief Digital Strategist, TechNotch Solutions
Harvard Medical School, White House Presidential Innovation Fellow
Senior Director, Analytics & Insights
Past Senior Policy Advisor, Executive Office of the President, The White House
Veronica Nyhan Jones
Manager Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory, IFC
Secretary of Education
VP Policy & Engagement, AnitaB.org
Services Practice Leader in Financial Services and Insurance, Microsoft
This event has passed and is no longer open for registration. For those that have attended, thank you for your continued Support of the Girls Computing League.
GirlsComputingLeague a nonprofit who aims to empower underrepresented groups in the technology workplace by fostering the interests of young women in computer science, data science, and technology. We specialize in teaching computer science, data science and information technology concepts to students in Northern Virginia and the Washington Metropolitan area.
GirlsComputingLeague is indeed a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 47-5186652). All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations. We rely on corporate sponsors and individual donors to fund our programs and our team is entirely volunteer-based. You can see a full list of our Executive & Corporate Supporters on our Supporters page. Thank you for considering donating to GirlsComputingLeague. We truly appreciate your generosity!