At WeTechNG—launched in 2018, we believe in access and providing that to our communities. We are driving women into tech spaces through networks, programs, and community building. We've seen that students were never the focal point and that women accounted for an average of less than 20%. We're here and we've decided to change that.
How we work
We intersect our community with industry, and students via our conferences
We share run programs and workshops to give our community access to resouces
We believe in a support system to aid our growth
Technology is built best when you have a diverse team. We're builders from several backgrounds.
“How much are people in leadership fighting for women in the tech space? Is there a quota for female headcount? Insist on female engineers"
— Folakemi Falodun, General Manager, Online & Mobile, Paga
“We need to do more on policing the gender pay gap"
— Odunayo Eweniyi, COO & Co-Founder PiggyVest
“Remote working options for women in Tech would give women the flexibility to work at the levels they want to"
— Ire Aderinokun, Co-Founder & VP Engineering, Buycoins
“So much growth can happen in four years of higher education. It is much better for young women to have internship opportunities to open them to real-world experiences, so they are skilled after graduation. It is super hard to be a self-taught developer or engineer"
— Gabriella Uwadiegwu, Founder, WeTech