Our story.

SheCanCode's mission is to empower women to enter and remain in the tech industry.

SheCanCode started as a women in tech community and blog. We wanted to open the conversation about why women aren’t represented in this industry.  After spending 18 months sharing stories, gathering data and learning from our community, we have decided to take SheCanCode to the next level.

Our mission & vision.

Today, we’re seeing women opt-out of the tech industry, in numbers far greater than ever before.  The way we see it, is that we are facing a digital skills gap that threatens one of our most productive, most valuable economies.  Opting-out, is simply not an option.

We're on a mission to empower women to enter & remain in tech. 

Our vision is a world wherein there is equal opportunity in the tech industry.  A world wherein gender does not need to be a conversation.  A world wherein companies value diverse perspectives, not simply to say they have a diverse workforce, but where they truly believe that the diversity of their teams will enable them to spot new opportunities and be more competitive.   We want to change the perception of the tech industry, and show women how incredibly rewarding a career in this industry can be. 

So, let’s stop thinking about diversity as a problem and look at the opportunities it has presented us.

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Our team.

We may seem like a small team, but we have more than 50 people globally helping to build SheCanCode into a product that can better serve you.  

Caroline, Managing Director

Laura, Head of Talent & Growth

Fleur, Brand Manager

Will, Advisor & Investor

Harry, Advisor & Investor

 See our 30-strong global content team here

In the news.

June 2019

Recently SheCanCode was approached by Mediaplanet to work with them on their 2019 Women in STEM campaign.

We were incredibly honored and excited to be included in the campaign, which featured exclusive content from key industry thought leaders, who share their perspective on how we can motivate more women to enter into STEM; how we can increase diverse talent in to the industry and what we need to do to support the next generation.

A printed publication was enclosed within every copy of the New Scientist magazine and the content is available online at womeninstem.co.uk.