Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer
Gründer & Geschäftsführerin
FrauenLoop gUG
HRB 179722 B


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ABOUT

Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer spent nine years and earned three degrees immersed in Modern Middle East History, including North Africa (migration & integration) and the Near East (informal trade & labor flows). In 1999, she switched from research to leading eLearning software projects for the NYSE, NYMEX, and for New York University School of Continuing & Professional Studies.

After 15 years of launching e-Commerce, ERP, and mobile software projects in the US, Canada, and Europe, Dr. Stefflbauer created the initial program for the ReDI School of Digital Integration and for the Refugees on Rails Berlin chapter. Seeing an unmet need, she founded FrauenLoop as a non-profit organization to include, integrate and empower under-represented women in technology-driven industries.

MISSION STATEMENT


FrauenLoop is a Berlin-based non-profit supported by software industry professionals. We offer free training and mentorship to motivated EU resident and newcomer women who wish to change to tech industry careers. Over three 3-month cycles, we cover the basics of full-stack web development using Ruby on Rails, interactive design using JavaScript, and database organization and management using Rails and SQL. Our students are mentored by professional developers at Andela, a ground-breaking software company supported by the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative.

TEAM

In a world where product and service innovation targets the broadest possible audience, engaging women is essential.

FrauenLoop can help.

HOW TO SUPPORT US


FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Your tax-deductible contribution makes the program, curriculum expansion and professional workshops possible.

PAID INTERNSHIPS
Our highly-motivated juniors need 3, 6 or 12 month internships in front-end dev, product/project mgmt, analytics or QA.

LESSON SPACE
We are looking for internet-enabled spaces to host 15-20 people, two evenings per week.

LAPTOPS
We welcome donated PCs and Macs with 4GB+ of RAM. Our students develop on machines running Ubuntu or Mac OS.




frauenloop
FrauenLoop gUG (haftungsbeschränkt)

Bank: GLS Gemeinschaftsbank
IBAN DE51 4306 0967 1195 6219 00
BIC: GENODEM1GLS
Bankleitzahl/Routing: 4306 0967

Eintragung im Handelsregister
Amstgericht Berlin (Charlottenburg) Abteilung B
Registernummer: HRB 179 722B