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With over 70 programs impacting young women in 41 countries, we are on a mission to reach young women around the world.
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codeHER's Latest Program:

Professional Development Series with Goldman Sachs

In a 4 part series, over 350 young women from around the world were mentored in codeHER's Professional Development Series with Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks.

14 volunteers dedicated 10 hours of mentorship to conduct career training, interview prep, networking events, and a Women in Finance Conference. 


Ritika Gunnar, Vice President of IBM's Analytics Business

 Erica Hanson, Senior Program Manager at Google

Saniya Vashist, Founder and CEO of codeHER


Vipin Sahijwani, CEO of Lynx Investment Advisory

Fadoua Arif, Research Analyst at Lynx

Saniya Vashist, Founder and CEO of codeHER


Sarah Ouakim, VP of Strategic Business at Mimmerse

Elisabeth Myers, 

Democrats Abroad Lead, Lawyer

Fadwa Kamal, Mentor for ICFJ and Facebook Journalism


Anne Firth Murray, Founding President of the Global Fund for Women, Stanford University Consulting Professor

Fatima-Zahra Aboukir, Youth Engagement Specialist at the US Embassy Rabat


Women's Entrepreneurship Conference, MENA

Sham Albdour, Co-Founder at Sakura Games

Mohammed Alafifi, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Expert at UNRWA

Rana Obiat, Program Director at codeHER


Empowering young women to create their own social-impact organizations

Funded by the Gates Foundation and the US State Department


Location: Virtual

Partners: Vision Building Future

We launched our first virtual Social-Entrepreneurship Program in Pakistan. The program is led by codeHER's Minahill Tariq, Taylor Sebastian, and Karishma Gupta. The 2 month program empowers 30 young women, ages 18-25, to create their own social-impact organizations. At the capstone of the program, the students will pitch their start-up organizations in a structured session to global professionals to receive feedback and potential funding for their projects.


Location: Virtual

Partners: JestHub

Donors: Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom

codeHER launched its first virtual Social-Entrepreneurship Program in Palestine. The program was held fully in Arabic, led by Rana Obiat, codeHER's Middle East and North Africa Program Director.


Learn more about the program here


Location: Kenitra, Rabat, Agadir

Partners: American Language School in Kenitra, American Language Center in Agadir

Donors: US Embassy in Rabat (US State Department Public Diplomacy Grant), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

codeHER ran intensive training programs designed to equip economically-disadvantaged young women with the technical skills and leadership abilities necessary for them to tackle issues they are passionate about, be prepared for global career opportunities in the 21st century, and become leaders in their communities. Over 20 social-impact organizations were created by young women in codeHER's programs in Morocco.

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