Mogul, the award-winning tech platform for women, announced that it is providing women around the world with the information, tools, and guidance for comprehensive skill-building. Mogul Courses offer guidance across subjects such as Career, Education, Engineering, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Beauty, Fitness, Relationships, Cuisine and Travel. For every course purchased, Mogul distributes the Courses to communities in need for free through various partners such as JPMorgan, Dress for Success, Wharton Women in Business, and others.
Tiffany Pham, Founder & CEO of Mogul, further explained, “As Mogul partners with organizations internationally for the distribution of Mogul Courses, we will provide more than 62 million women with free access to resources for education, empowering us all on a global scale.”
Each Course includes 12 lessons that feature insider tips and resources and allow for self-evaluation utilizing assessment quizzes and guided homework. Students also gain access to Mogul’s large network of experts and mentors from a wide variety of industries such as Cathie Black, Former Chairman & President of Hearst Magazines, Shiza Shahid, Co-Founder and Global Ambassador of The Malala Fund and Reshma Saujani, Founder & CEO of Girls Who Code.
“The Courses are designed to provide all of the essentials to women, disrupting the cycle preventing 62 million girls worldwide from being in school,” said Natasha Birnbaum, Mogul Courses Director. “Because of our global reach, we are in a unique position to effect change and close the educational gap.”
In honor of the launch, Mogul held an event addressing girls’ education, featuring top Ed Tech leaders including Shiza Shahid (Co-Founder of The Malala Fund; Forbes & TIME 30 Under 30), Iman Oubou (2015 Miss New York US; 2012 Miss Colorado), Peter C. Davis (Former President of McGraw-Hill Education), Mattan Griffel (Founder & CEO of One Month; Forbes 30 Under 30), and Tiffany Pham (Founder & CEO of Mogul; Forbes, Business Insider & ELLE 30 Under 30).
Mogul connects users to trending content, including stories, jobs, and products personalized to their interests, and is democratizing information for women globally by enabling users to connect, exchange such information, and access knowledge from each other.