About GirlScript Foundation Helping Beginners to take their first step in tech!
Who we are
GirlScript is a section-8 company registered under Government of India established on 2nd of June, 2017. It started under Mozilla Open Leaders Program to help beginners in technology and programming. GirlScript is open for all community, although it supports diversity and wants to bring equality in tech, therefore, reserves 50% of seats for under-represented groups including women, LGBTQ etc.GirlScript and its different initiatives are driven by leaders throughout the world. You can find information about these leaders below
When I worked with the GirlScript Foundation, for the GirlScript India Summit’18 held at Nagpur, I saw a team that worked very hard, with unbelievable dedication and that has inspired me a lot. It is rightly said that hard work is the stepping stone to success. The amount of fortitude and perseverance shown by GirlScript Foundation to encourage and maximise women participation in the field of tech is commendable and I am very sure that they will double their success in half the time! Cheers to GirlScript Foundation!!
Samyukta Prabhu, Manipal Chapter Leader
“It is one of the best foundation aiming at empowering women by spreading technical literacy, free of cost. The major problem that women are facing in our society is lack of proper exposure due to gender-based distinction. This foundation provides a fair platform to the women in our community to take part, present and share their knowledge to mass. In a way, both sections of the community namely men and women are able to keep and stay at par in terms of experience related to leadership, verbal and non-verbal communication etc.
I would like to congratulate Anubha and the entire team for thinking and creating something like this. Lastly, I am blessed and honoured to be a part of it as Chapter Leader – Kolkata. “
Suprabhat Das, Chapter Leader – Kolkata
“Because of your skill, work and excellence so many doors have opened to us and we are poised to expand in some really huge ways.”
Ishan Diwedi, Bhopal