The Decade Of Women campaign — a worldwide solutions campaign dedicated to completing the Equity Revolution— is helping amplify the “Satoshi Is Female” movement as it continues to gain momentum, as highlighted at Monday’s Blockchain For Impact Summit at the UN Headquarters in New York. “Satoshi is Female” (www.satoshiisfemale.com) is a metaphor for a more optimistic, global and inclusive future and is a movement to flip the 1% and empower 100 million people to build an inclusive, collaborative, and community-driven future, starting with women and girls worldwide.
Professor Sally Eaves was presented the Digital Frontier Award by Amber Nystrom, co-founder of 5th Element Group. The honoree was selected for her pioneering work at the forefront of digital thought leadership, particularly in leveraging blockchain technology for social good, as well as for her investment in providing STE(A)M learning opportunities for the next generation.
Stanton Chase is taking action as the only executive search firm to be a Founding Signatory for the Decade Of Women Pledge and has announced new global initiatives relating to its commitment to support the Decade Of Women objectives.
At the launch of the #DecadeOfWomen #HackQuantum series worldwide hackathon in Lagos, Nigeria, 5th Element Group announced a strategic partnership with CodeLagos, an initiative of Lagos State Government with bold plans to train 1 million Lagos residents to code by 2020, half of them women.