Last night Crowdpark was honored to attend the Berlin Geekettes Mentorship Program launch party. As usual, the venue filled quickly with an abundance of talented geekettes (and a small number of geeks!) from a host of different backgrounds, both culturally and professionally. This mix is what we think makes this group so successful. As Ani DiFranco said, “I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort, where we overlap.”

The Berlin Geekettes Mentorship program aims to match mentors with mentees, based not only on expertise, but also personal interests and passions. Mentors and mentees meet formally on a monthly basis, to gain knowledge, exchange ideas, or simply provide guidance. The program launched by Berlin Geekettes has attracted a lot of interest from women across all fields, of all ages.

Mentor Nora-Vanessa Wohlert, of Gründerszene, said, “When you take the time to develop a strong mentee-mentor relationship, you get access to knowledge and experience, but you also end up with a lifelong friend and potential future business partner. So being a mentor or mentee is a great opportunity for both sides.”

Abby Carney of Berlin Geekettes, wrote, ‘It’s one thing to talk about wanting to see more women in tech, and quite another to do something about it. The Geekettes are taking their first step at actively helping women break into the scene and establish themselves through the help of women who have already, “been there, done that.”’ Berlin Geekettes have once again facilitated a platform for growth and development for women in the tech industry, and Crowdpark fully applauds their progress and contribution to the Berlin tech community.

Last night Crowdpark was honored to attend the Berlin Geekettes Mentorship Program launch party. As usual, the venue filled quickly with an abundance of talented geekettes (and a small number of geeks!) from a host of different backgrounds, both culturally and professionally. This mix is what we think makes this group so successful. As Ani DiFranco said, “I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort, where we overlap.”Last night Crowdpark was honored to attend the Berlin Geekettes Mentorship Program launch party. As usual, the venue filled quickly with an abundance of talented geekettes (and a small number of geeks!) from a host of different backgrounds, both culturally and professionally. This mix is what we think makes this group so successful. As Ani DiFranco said, “I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort, where we overlap.”

The Berlin Geekettes Mentorship program aims to match mentors with mentees, based not only on expertise, but also personal interests and passions. Mentors and mentees meet formally on a monthly basis, to gain knowledge, exchange ideas, or simply provide guidance. The program launched by Berlin Geekettes has attracted a lot of interest from women across all fields, of all ages.

Mentor Nora-Vanessa Wohlert, of Gründerszene, said, “When you take the time to develop a strong mentee-mentor relationship, you get access to knowledge and experience, but you also end up with a lifelong friend and potential future business partner. So being a mentor or mentee is a great opportunity for both sides.”

Abby Carney of Berlin Geekettes, wrote, ‘It’s one thing to talk about wanting to see more women in tech, and quite another to do something about it. The Geekettes are taking their first step at actively helping women break into the scene and establish themselves through the help of women who have already, “been there, done that.”’ Berlin Geekettes have once again facilitated a platform for growth and development for women in the tech industry, and Crowdpark fully applauds their progress and contribution to the Berlin tech community.

The Berlin Geekettes Mentorship program aims to match mentors with mentees, based not only on expertise, but also personal interests and passions. Mentors and mentees meet formally on a monthly basis, to gain knowledge, exchange ideas, or simply provide guidance. The program launched by Berlin Geekettes has attracted a lot of interest from women across all fields, of all ages.

Mentor Nora-Vanessa Wohlert, of Gründerszene, said, “When you take the time to develop a strong mentee-mentor relationship, you get access to knowledge and experience, but you also end up with a lifelong friend and potential future business partner. So being a mentor or mentee is a great opportunity for both sides.”

Abby Carney of Berlin Geekettes, wrote, ‘It’s one thing to talk about wanting to see more women in tech, and quite another to do something about it. The Geekettes are taking their first step at actively helping women break into the scene and establish themselves through the help of women who have already, “been there, done that.”’ Berlin Geekettes have once again facilitated a platform for growth and development for women in the tech industry, and Crowdpark fully applauds their progress and contribution to the Berlin tech community.