Tutoring at KIU, all my classes consisted of not more than 5 girls out of 35 plus students. Having participated in local innovation competitions at tech hubs and volunteered in Nlab(Boyfriend's project) coding sessions where women were under represented made me realize the gap in mid 2013. I started teaching coding to girls in my living room with borrowed laptops with my Boyfriend's support personal funds Because i Was using personal money was getting broke, later on I introduced Teknomama for digital literacy for women, these women contributed a small fee which helped me create the first coding club at Amuntazir girls seminary and enrolled 40 girls.
Carolyne Ekyarisiima, Director, Paid, Full - Time
Responsible for all HR activities, creating partnerships, fundraising, training, mentorship girls, organize events, accounts , marketing and oversee/supervise all organization activities.
2.Wilhelm Caspar Oddo, Program Coordinator & Training manager, Paid,
Responsible for creating partnerships with schools, oversee trainings(both payable and free), support the director during events, train, mentor girls and marketing.
3. Salum Ramadhani, Volunteer Coordinator, Paid, Full Time
Supervise all volunteers and ensure curriculum is completed on time in coding clubs and monitor attendance of volunteers.
4. Erick Chrispin, Advisor, UnPaid, Part Time
Member of the advisory board.
5. Victoria Gama, Public Relations and Communications, Unpaid, Part time
Responsible for communicating Apps and girls impact and actives to different media and mentor girls.