5. Girls Who Code
Understanding your audience, their needs and aspirations, and reaching them via their preferred medium for communication is key to building a strong support base. Millennials may be the most researched generation, but understanding Generation Z is critical to success of your organization. They are
“Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. It’s a movement of thousands of girls dedicated to changing the world through technology.” – Girls Who Code
On October 11th, 2018, in celebration of the International Day of the Girl, Girls Who Code launched their #Sisterhood campaign. The campaign featured a visual album — a series of YouTube videos – aimed to inspire and engage young women to become activists and make impact in their local communities. The challenge was to effectively reach and engage girls between the ages of 13 and 22.
Understanding your Audience
Understanding your audience, their needs and aspirations, and reaching them via their preferred medium for communication is key to building a strong support base. The campaign uses original photography, illustrations, and video content in combination with social media tools to inspire and connect girls with each other and encourage them to become activists. According to Girls Who Code, they served 185,000 girls to-date.
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