SPONSOR SHE#

SPONSOR SHE#

HELP US BRIDGE THE GENDER GAP

She# (pronounced ‘She Sharp’) is a not-for-profit networking group for high school girls, women in tertiary studies and industry professionals.
We aim to challenge misconceptions about the tech industry, encourage the next generation of women to enter STEM fields, and improve the gender balance in Tech Industry.

HELP US BRIDGE THE GENDER GAP

She# (pronounced ‘She Sharp’) is a not-for-profit networking group for high school girls, women in tertiary studies and industry professionals.
We aim to challenge misconceptions about the tech industry, encourage the next generation of women to enter STEM fields, and improve the gender balance in Tech Industry.

Move the scroller below to see the 'current' and 'desired' gender gap in the Tech Industry...

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Men-Women-Bar-GraphMale-Female-Pie-Chart

WE INSPIRE GIRLS TO PURSUE CAREERS IN TECH

Typically hosted by a tech-related company, the events involve keynote speakers who share their passion for science and technology, what brought them into the field, and the experiences, challenges and successes they have faced.
She# currently has over 700 active members in Auckland alone and this can only grow as we expand nationwide.

YOUR SUPPORT WILL MATTER

She Sharp is managed entirely by volunteers. All funding we receive goes directly towards the operational costs of She# and our events (including catering and event promotion), and website maintenance.

It will also support us with our ambition of establishing She# nationwide. We aspire to extend our platform to girls and women in other cities including Wellington and Christchurch, where there has already been significant interest from companies.

YOUR SUPPORT WILL MATTER

She Sharp is managed entirely by volunteers. All funding we receive goes directly towards the operational costs of She# and our events (including catering and event promotion), and website maintenance.

It will also support us with our ambition of establishing She# nationwide. We aspire to extend our platform to girls and women in other cities including Wellington and Christchurch, where there has already been significant interest from companies.

For more information, please contact:

Mahsa Mohagegh – Founder and Director, She#

Email: mahsa.mohagegh@aut.ac.nz

For more info,
please contact:

Mahsa Mohagegh

Founder and Director, She#

Email: mahsa.mohagegh@aut.ac.nz

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