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The 2015 GHCI Poster

We are thrilled to unveil the 2015 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India (GHCI) poster. Croatian artist Bruno Budrovic created the dynamic artwork based on our 2015 theme, #OurTimeToLead.
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Five Days in Silicon Valley: By Ashwini Asokan Co-founder, CEO at Mad Street Den

Six Indian women entrepreneurs with technical ventures visited the Silicon Valley as part of Women Entrepreneur Quest 2014 contest. The experiential learning visit to Silicon Valley was sponsored and organized by ABI, the DST – Government of India, IUSSTF and NSTEDB. Ashwini Asokan Co-founder, CEO at Mad Street Den shares the experiences and learnings from the trip. Read more.

Student Scholarship Applications for the Grace Hopper Celebration India 2015 Open on June 30, 2015

The Anita Borg Institute (ABI), a non-profit organization focused on the advancement of women in computer science and engineering, today opened applications for the student scholarships (for women students). The scholarships are awarded to deserving undergraduate and graduate women students in computing and IT to attend the annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India (GHCI) 2015 conference, to be held from 2-4 December, 2015 in Bangalore.
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Telle Whitney Speaks in Bangalore: Taking Risks is Career Gold

Taking risks can lead to real growth and progress in your career. Recently, Telle Whitney, ABI President and CEO, spoke on “Taking Risks: Women and Technology” to an audience of over 100 women technologists in Bangalore, India during interactive sessions at Cisco and the Philips Innovation Campus.
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  • November 10, 2014

They Help Techie Women Lean In

Geetha Kannan, Managing Director, Anita Borg Institute India and  Kritika Murugesan, Account Director, ABI India, talk about the journey of connecting, inspiring and guiding women in technology.

Read more: The New Indian Express