International Women’s Day (IWD) is Women Techmakers’ largest annual event campaign where ambassadors host events all around the world. On 1st April, GDG Kigali in collaboration with Women Techmakers ambassadors will host the event to support our mission of building a world where all women thrive in tech.
Since the last IWD, have you acquired new skills or experience? Do you have a goal you've been trying to accomplish but haven't been able to?
This event is for you if you said "yes" to any of the above questions! Join us on Saturday, April 1st to celebrate your accomplishments, and gain insight from others on how to achieve more 🙌🏼!
International Women’s Day (IWD) is Women Techmakers’ largest annual event campaign where ambassadors host events all around the world. GDG Kigali in collaboration with Women Techmakers ambassadors will host the event to support our mission of building a world where all women thrive in tech. The event will include technical/non-technical sessions, a panel session, and networking opportunities to inspire, educate, and connect with other community members.
The 2023 IWD event's theme is Dare to Be which aims to empower the community to have the courage to dream big and be bold. Together, we can make this event memorable if you will Dare to Be a speaker, sponsor, and/or volunteer👫.
How will you “Dare To Be” this International Women’s Day?
Introduction and Welcome remarks - by Cynthia Iradukunda
Keynote Speaker: Tabitha Kavyu
- The future of Product Design in a world powered by AI (by Bonté Emma Bana)
- Data analysis with Python (by Marie Magnificat Uwikuzo)
- Google Explore ML with Crowdsource [beginner] (by Salvi & Tabitha)
- Backend development with NestJS, GraphQL and PostgreSQL(by Jean Luc Abayo)
- Transformer the building blocks for ChatGPT (by Nadine Cyizere)
- Android App Development and Jetpack Compose (by Chasinda Kundai)
The power of joining a tech community by Jeanne D'arc
Speed Dating with Experts
How to overcome Imposter Syndrome by Teta Ikirezi
How to thrive as a leader in a Male dominated world by Faith Bey
Career Development Talk by Michelle Uba
Objectivity Representative Speech by Jack Nyirinkindi
Panel Discussion Topic: Women advancement in the Tech
industry: exploring opportunities and
End and Departure(Snacks and networking)
Nada Teta Kirezi
Bank of Kigali (BK)
Nyiramwiza Jeanne d'Arc
Nadine Cyizere Bisanukuli
Data Scientist | Machine Learning Engineer | Graduate student at AIMS Rwanda
Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | ALU Student
Chief of Staff
Bonte Emma Bana
Freelance Product Designer
Data Scientist | Women TechMakers Ambassador
Jean Salvi D
Software Engineer | AI
Jean Luc Abayo
One Acre Fund
Senior Software Engineer
AI skills and Ecosystem advisor
Data and Machine Learning Engineer | Carnegie Mellon student