The articles, blog posts, and videos listed on the BitIRA site paint a detailed picture of women’s status in blockchain careers and cryptocurrency businesses. Women in the blockchain tech, cryptocurrency, and fintech space have important contributions to make.


The FabFems Project is an international database of women who are inspiring role models for young women. It is free and accessible to young women, parents, girl-serving STEM programs, and other organizations working to increase career awareness and interest in STEM.


4-H provides kids with community, mentors, and learning opportunities to develop the skills they need to create positive change in their lives and communities.

Girl Scouts of America

Girl Scouts offers the best leadership development experience for girls in the world.

girls inc.

Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, through direct service and advocacy.

Girl Stem Stars

The Girl STEM Stars mission is to foster excitement, confidence and literacy in STEM for girls of color, particularly those from underrepresented communities, by providing free, experiential programs and by maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and arts.

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.

Million Women Mentors

Million Women Mentors is the premier network dedicated to encouraging girls and women around the world to pursue, persist and succeed in STEM careers.

Stem Connector

STEMconnector is the leading corporation connecting all aspects of the STEM community from K-12 to global corporations.

Title Max

There are many types of engineers, so kids with a wide variety of interests may find that a future in engineering appeals to them. But even kids who don’t plan on becoming engineers can benefit from honing their research and problem-solving skills through study in this area.

Enterprising Women
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Enterprising Women
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The Enterprising Women Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization and sister organization of Enterprising Women magazine, is hosting a series of mentoring events around the U.S. to connect outstanding high school girls with an interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) with outstanding women entrepreneurs in their local community.

"For so long, women were taught that bossy was a bad thing, when it’s actually leadership. Having this
experience to not only be encouraged to be the leader and be the boss, but to see it done in a forum that’s
only women is so powerful for my young ladies. I am so impressed with the diversity of the Enterprising
Women. Every single one of my young ladies can see themselves in the entrepreneurs. The varied backgrounds
helps them know you can be in biotech, or the sciences, or engineering, and be an entrepreneur."

Science Teacher, WISE Director, Apex Friendship High School

"Many of the girls in the program come from economically distressed areas and they do not typically have this kind
of opportunity. To expose them to a day of mentoring and STEM activities is a very big opportunity for them."

President, Cybervation

"No one ever talked to these girls about, “How can you grow? How can you make a difference for yourself?"

President, Sharon Hadary & Co.

"This conference definitely had a big impact on me personally and what I would do with the rest of my time in
high school. It helped put me on the map and get myself known to the other individuals in the community."

Computer Science Student, University of Michigan

"It’s mentoring. It’s sponsoring. It’s offering internships. It’s the scholarships. It’s the online counseling.
It’s not only helping us as individuals, but by providing the kinds of resources and our sisterhood
that allows us to use our contacts to help others."

CEO, Women Business Collaborative

"The Enterprising Women program is so incredibly important to me. I know what it means to grow up in a
food desert community and to not grow up in my own home. Having real live mentors as I was growing up would
have been extraordinary. This is a program that is going to get our girls to the next level."

President & CEO, DevMar Products, LLC