Women in Tech


Women in Tech® is an international organization with a double mission: to close the gender gap and to help women embrace technology. The organization focuses on 4 primary areas that are a call for action: Education, Entrepreneurialism, Social Inclusion, Science & Innovation. The aim is to educate, equip and empower women and girls with the necessary skills and confidence to succeed in STEM career fields.

More than an organization, we are a global movement made up of members, partners and an ecosystem of networks that share our values and that have the same mission of striving for an Inclusive Tech industry. The issue of women empowerment in Tech is of major importance. We have to tackle it as a global community so as to drive sustainable change and create the necessary impact.

Our community is represented by persons of all abilities – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, class, age or sexual orientation.

We have members in over 100 countries.


Women and Girls Empowerment

#5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
All of our actions aim to empower women and girls in Tech. We do this under 4 main pillars:


#4: Quality Education
Our Actions: Coding programs, Scholarships, High school programs, Internships.


#8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Our Actions: Role Models programme, Corporate programme, Pitching classes, Mentoring, Trade missions, Job opportunities, Incubation and Acceleration camps.


#9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Our Actions: Talks, Round tables and Awareness sessions , Accelerator programme

social inclusion

#10: Reduced Inequalities 
Our Actions: We support and develop programs that seek to introduce digital skills to minorities and under-privileged communities.


  • Association/NGO
Republic of North Macedonia
Geographical focus
  • Albania
  • European Union (EU 27)
  • International; Other
  • Republic of North Macedonia
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Admin WBC-RTI.info on January 14, 2021
Modified on June 9, 2022