Our Founder Belinda Parmar talks to the Observer's Tech Monthly about our Little Miss Geek Tech Clubs.
We are asking every school to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day this October 15th by putting the ‘HER In Hero’ – and commemorating past and present female tech heroes.
Ms Jo Swinson MP – Junior Equalities Minister – is helping us put the HER in Hero on Ada Lovelace Day.
There are too few women in tech careers and too few girls studying tech subjects at school. Little Miss Geek is a social enterprise which sees this as a social problem not a ‘women’s’ problem...
To celebrate International Girls in ICT Day, Little Miss Geek hosted a Wearable Tech event supported by Microsoft and Dell.
Companies that invest in girls and technology initiatives such as Little Miss Geek are showing foresight and leadership, as not only is this the right thing to do, but it’s smart economics.
In celebration of Girls in ICT Day, Little Miss Geek hosted a Wearable Tech Event supported by Microsoft & Dell at a London School. Catch up with the highlights on Flickr.
I would like to congratulate Belinda Parmar and Lady Geek for seizing the opportunity of International Woman’s Day to organise this very important event to inspire young women to consider a career in the tech industry.