STEM Profile Series: Jenise Lee

STEM Profile Series: Jenise Lee

Profiling women in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics sectors that are helping to change the face of the STEM fields.

This month’s STEM Profile features Jenise Lee, a chemical engineer and CEO and Founder of CertClean; an organization that administers the Canadian Certified Clean seal of approval so shoppers can easily identify safer beauty and personal care products. We spoke to Jenise about her accomplishments, the beginnings of CertClean and how the CertClean movement is Read more…

Our Youth Programs are heading to Sudbury!

Our Youth Programs are heading to Sudbury!

Girls Learning Code and Kids Learning Code workshops and after school programs are launching in Sudbury!

We’re excited to announce that we’re heading to Sudbury! With the help of Samantha Onuska, we will be running a series of Kids Learning Code and Girls Learning Code workshops in 2015! Our workshops are designed to help kids see technology in a whole new light – as a medium for self ­expression, and as a Read more…

Announcing Free Girls Learning Code Workshop Coast to Coast!

Announcing Free Girls Learning Code Workshop Coast to Coast!

Girls Learning Code workshops will be available across the country for free in Ladies Learning Code’s Chapter cities!

We’re excited to officially announce today our continued involvement with Microsoft as a YouthSpark Partner for 2015. As a founding YouthSpark member in 2012, our growing relationship with Microsoft has allowed our youth programs to thrive. Last year, we were able to expand and pilot our popular Girls Learning Code workshops in 10+ cities across Read more…

STEM Profile Series: Abena Asomaning

STEM Profile Series: Abena Asomaning

Profiling women in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics sectors that are helping to change the face of the STEM fields.

Our next STEM Profile features Abena Asomaning, a graphic designer, artist and Ladies Learning Code Chapter Co-Lead. Abena was born in Akim Oda, Ghana, and now calls Hamilton home. She began her relationship with Ladies Learning Code when she attended a CSS workshop for International Women’s Day and left feeling both motivated and inspired. “It Read more…

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