BlackGirlsHack is a nonprofit organization 501(c)3 EIN 85-3683902. We are registered as a nonprofit federally and in the states of Virginia, DC, North Carolina, South Carolina and Nevada. We run several programs aimed at help developing the pipeline to employment for underrepresented communities including our annual conference Girls Hack Village.
Girls Hack Village is a 3 day conference that seeks to bring gender diverse perspectives of the contributions, experiences, and issues facing women/girl hackers. It is a space to discuss issues affecting girls and women in cybersecurity and will include talks, workshops, discussions, and panels to move towards our mission of improving diversity in ethical hacking. GHV presents SquadCon will be an independent conference event in Las Vegas during Hacker Summer Camp scheduled for August 10-12th.
BlackGirlsHack is an international cybersecurity nonprofit organization focused on helping our underrepresented community reskill and upskill in cybersecurity and tech. The mission of the BGH Foundation is to increase representation and empower Black girls and women in the field of information security and cyber security through skills training, mentoring, resume review, and access to low-cost resources in an inclusive environment. Our programming, workshops and events are open to all!
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