(+Pictures) “Cybersecurity Foundation,” Lagos “Digigirls 2,” Hangout 2022; an unrelinquishing memory!

Cyber security foundation Digigirls 2, Lagos hangout group picture

It was an “All-Girl,” meet and greet at the second edition of Digigirls Hangout.

Over 100 ladies who have never met one another excitedly joined the meet and greet at the popular Johnson Jakande Tinubu (JJT) Park. 

View all the pictures in the slide below

View the Hangout fun pictures below

The get-together day, Saturday, July 2nd, 2022, was indeed a day that was meant to be, as the weather and any obstacle were on pause for the success of the event. At the get-together, there were games and a lot of wining and dining.

The get-together was put together by Cyber safe/Cybersecurity foundation, and organized by “Cyber safe- Digigirls,” students Vivian Ifunanyachukwu and Hassan Oluwatobiloba. The organizers, Vivian and Tobi were glad to see all the ladies networking and having a swell time. 

The get-together kicked off with an opening prayer by one of the Digigirls, next to the organizers, Vivian and Tobi introducing themselves. There was a group picture of all the Digigirls from Lagos. There was also a group picture of ladies from different learning paths like Digital Marketing, Social Media Managers, E-commerce, Data Analyst, Graphic Design, and UI/UX Design.

Watch the Hangout fun video here

DigiGirls is an initiative of the “Cybersecurity/ Cyber safe Foundation,” owned by award-winning tech-savvy, cybersecurity professional, cyber talent developer, author, and social entrepreneur, Confidence Staveley.

It is a program that seeks to improve the socio-economic well-being of 4000 women and girls between the ages of 15-40 living in underserved communities in Nigeria. It empowers these women with employable digital skills through intensive training, mentorship, internship/job placement, or entrepreneurship opportunities in one of this learning paths-Data analysis, Digital Marketing, E-commerce, UI/UX Design or Graphics Design. 

The training is funded by the Foreign Development and Commonwealth Office (FDCO). Digigirls 2.0 which kicked off in June will last for 8 weeks with in-depth video lessons, practice assignments, and project work designed to stimulate an enjoyable and hands-on learning experience.

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