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A study by Girls Who Code found that just 24% of computing jobs are held by women.

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According to a report by McKinsey & Company, women hold only 37% of entry-level positions in STEM fields, and the percentage decreases at each level of advancement.

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A study by the National Science Foundation found that men are more likely than women to be employed in STEM occupations across all age groups, but the gap is smaller among younger workers.

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The Girls Who Code organization reports that 90% of Girls Who Code alumni are majoring or planning to major in computer science or a related field, indicating that early exposure to STEM education can help close the gender gap.

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It is no secret that there is a huge gender gap when it comes to those who are given opportunities in top industries. There are many challenges that have positioned women and girls to have limited opportunities to excel in their education, employment, and family financial decisions. Some of the areas contributing to this inequality are things like lack of equal representations, restrictive corporate culture, gaps in raising aspirations of young girls, inability to empower mothers, failing to give proper value to what work women do, education framework not being gender sensitive.


Studies have concluded that $12 trillion could be added to global GDP by 2025 by advancing women’s equality as reported by the McKinsey Global Institute. (McKinsey Institute)

In order to do so, however, the public, private, and social sectors would need to work together not only to close gender gaps in work but also in society. The technology industry has failed a 25 year challenge to achieve gender equality by 2020. In order to inspire change in this ongoing challenge, our initiatives help solve inequalities in industries by encouraging women into non traditional vocations, creating opportunities for young girl to get exposure to STEAM education, backing projects and programs around women in technology initiatives, and working with corporate organizations to create opportunities and open doors for amazing talent.


Create and Support Opportunities
Supporting individual women by backing projects and programs that they are passionate about.
When it comes to gender equality, iFusion Foundation creates opportunities for women to demonstrate their hidden confidence and potential through mentorship and training.
Seeking partnerships with organization that share similar synergies to expand the opportunities to close the gender gap in different industries. Current partnerships have helped inspire young women to pursue STEM related careers, and create pathways for young mothers to purse a career change.
DNI Initiatives and Policies
Culture change, sense of bias in technology industry. Take males more seriously than women. Stereotype women aren't as educated or experienced as men. Creating the right opportunities and mentoring approach.


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