Five to Flow announced their partnership with NTeli to invest in Girls Who Code. Their mission is to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization receives all the necessary computing skills for girls to pursue 21st-century opportunities. Five to Flow, at the direction of NTeli’s, donated five percent of their latest project’s revenue to Girls Who Code. This is to help them achieve their goal of reaching gender parity in computer science by 2030.
Five to Flow’s focus on social responsibility reinforces their commitment to elevating the existence of every individual. Five to Flow is committed to maintaining a balance between the economy and our ecosystems. The company donates five percent of their annual revenue to different non-profits. The donations go to nonprofit organizations that focus on providing life necessities and offering education for children globally.
“NTeli is proud to contribute to Girls Who Code to build the pipeline of future female engineers. This generous donation from Five to Flow will help support programs that serve 500,000 girls, women, and nonbinary individuals globally”, said Brian Johnson, Managing Partner and SVP of Sales at Nteli Group.
Making a difference
Recent research shows that Girls Who Code delivers essential opportunities for improving the career path for women in tech. According to the 2019 Alumni Data Report released by Girls Who Code, 52 percent of women surveyed either had a negative experience in applying for a tech job or know a woman who has. Furthermore, the latest research from a 2022 report on Women in Technology from Deloitte shows that only 25 percent of the technical roles from 20 of the largest technology companies are occupied by women.
“Corporate giving enables Girls Who Code to build the largest pipeline of future female engineers”, said Tarika Barrett, CEO of Girls Who Code. “Beyond that, it’s also about the sisterhood, the confidence and the bravery. Many soft skills are critical to them persisting in the field.”
“We are proud to honor our commitment as a purpose-driven organization by building a relationship with Girls Who Code. I’m personally vested in ensuring that women across the globe are given equal opportunities to grow and succeed”, said Kate Visconti, Founder and CEO of Five to Flow.
About Five to Flow
Five to Flow is a global consulting collective. They build integrative organizational wellness solutions designed to achieve and sustain peak performance.
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