Geek Girl Carrots meetup at Flowroute

Posted on December 4, 2014

Geek Girls Carrots (GGC) is an international community of women who are passionate about technology. GGC’s mission is to increase the number of women working in IT by providing an opportunity to learn tech and leadership skills; and promoting women in tech who can serve as role models. Flowroute is always on the hunt for great IT talent, so when we heard about GGC, we thought, “That’s awesome!” And then we asked, “How can we help?” And that’s why we’re hosting the Geek Girls Carrots meetup at our Seattle offices. You should join us!


About the event:

In the spirit of teaching and inspiring women in Tech and IT, you’ll hear entrepreneur and startup expert, Mojdeh Morgan, speak about being a co-founder and navigating startup accelerators, and have a chance to ask questions. Plus, at each monthly GGC event, you can pitch your tech business ideas and get feedback from fellow attendees.

When: 7-9PM, Thursday, December 11, 2015
Where: Flowroute, 1221 2nd Ave, Suite 330, Seattle WA

RSVP now. It’s a fantastic opportunity to network with like-minded people interested in tech and promoting the involvement of women in the technology sector, and to share your knowledge and experience.

Who should attend:

Everyone. GGC is a collective of female entrepreneurs, admins, analysts, applications architects, developers, graphic designers, IT managers, programmers, social media specialists, system architects, women with startup ideas, computer science students and many more established and burgeoning industry professionals.

Connect with Geek Girls Carrots:

Geek Girls Carrots (GGC) is a social enterprise with an international community dedicated to empowering women by giving them access to the skills and knowledge they need to participate in the field of ICT. Learn more, follow their progress, or get involved by connecting with @ggCarrots on twitter.

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