GOING TO GREATER HEIGHTS ToMAKE The UNCOMMON COMMON

GOING TO GREATER HEIGHTS ToMAKE The UNCOMMON COMMON

GOING TO GREATER HEIGHTS ToMAKE The UNCOMMON COMMON

GTT'S MISSION

Greater Than Tech (GTT) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to increasing the number of women technology business leaders and owners by integrating engineering and business education for girls of color.

EDUCATE

There is 0 evidence that schools teach technology and business together.

ADVOCATE

When it comes to leadership positions, there are less than 1 percent of Hispanic women and less than 0.5 percent of black women.

EMPOWER

Women of color only make up 4% of small business leaders in technology in the U.S.

Not your average STEM organization

Greater Than Tech (GTT) is reaching to levels beyond STEM to build the next generation of diverse technology business leaders. We instill the importance of self-efficacy, an entrepreneurial mindset and teamwork in all our programming. We provide the following components to enable girls of color to have the confidence to define their own path in tech.
Workshops
Competitions
Development Programs
Training

Whats the uncommon?

Oftentimes, women of color in tech spaces and especially in technical leadership positions are considered "unicorns".  We want to dispel that fairytale! Let's normalize women of color in tech instead of further isolate them.

programs

GTT offers a variety of programming, see what we have to offer!ach technology and business together.

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Women of color only make up 4% of small business leaders in technology in the U.S.

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“Through partnerships with industry and non-profits, such as Greater Than Tech, we are able to provide participants with valuable life lessons in a fun and interactive environment.”
Valerie Hash - Implementation Manager, Junior Achievement
The name says it all. Greater than Tech and its founder’s Jasmine LeFlore and Brittany Wheeler, bring a unique and needed perspective to STEM enrichment programs.
Charlene Brown - Development Director, Elementary Institute of Science

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