Virtual Grace Hopper
Celebration EMEA!

Europe, Middle East, and Africa

Malala Yousafzai is Our
Opening Keynote Speaker!

May 25, 26, and 27

Our First-ever Celebration in EMEA!

AnitaB.org has planned our first-ever Virtual Grace Hopper Celebration (vGHC) in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region. We hope you are able to join us in propelling tech equity for all women!

Interested in Working Abroad?

The vGHC EMEA Resume Database is open! Sponsors are looking for tech talent in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. Upload your resume to the vGHC EMEA Resume Database to be considered!  Click here if you are new job seeker to our resume database and click here if you are an existing job seeker.

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Our vGHC EMEA is more than a Celebration. It mobilizes the emergent Women’s Technology Movement to accelerate common cause, learning and capacity. As a result, we will have a stronger regional framework to promote equity, especially representation, pay, retention, funding and leadership toward building a world of inclusive technology.

With our goal to uplift and celebrate the diversity and power of all women technology leaders worldwide, we are thrilled to bring the legacy of GHC to the entire EMEA region. This includes women technologists most underrepresented in the tech field. Together, we look to provide technical training and career development opportunities to these women and their allies, as well as develop novel solutions for ethical and social responsibility issues in technology.

This Celebration will create a new network of advocates and allies with whom we can work year-round to strengthen the capacity of the entire corporate, educational and governmental technology ecosystem necessary for the success of EMEA women technologists.

#TOGETHERWEBUILD! We look forward to engaging with you!



While we champion diversity and advocate for inclusion, we have taken extensive measures to ensure that this programming is culturally sensitive and appropriate for the safety of our viewers and participants.

We respect laws, practices, cultures, and communities of every nation and region. Out of respect for those convening in the event, we will be using gender-neutral language throughout our programming and asking all our participants to do the same.

The views and opinions expressed during the event and on the platform do not necessarily state or reflect those of AnitaB.org or its affiliates.



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