Apr 7, 2023
DGI Women's Herstory Event '23
Hosted by Senator Roxanne Persaud
October 19, 2022
by Shawn Grant
Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty Open Crown Heights Technology City
A Crown Heights technology hub has been unveiled by Digital Girl, Inc., a Brooklyn non-profit organization, to encourage inner city youngsters, particularly young females, to pursue professions in STEM.
October 19, 2022
by Will Fritz
After $250K Donation from Brooklyn Nets, BK Nonprofit Unveils Updated Technology Hub
Digital Girl Inc.'s tech hub in Crown Heights will provide free access to technology and computer development classes with the help of a $250,000 donation from the Brooklyn Nets, New York Liberty and Webull.
October 14, 2022
By Net Income
Nets, Liberty, Webull gift $250,000 to Brooklyn’s DigitalGirl for tech center
Digital Girl, Inc., a Brooklyn non-profit with a mission to empower inner city youth - especially young girls - to pursue careers in STEM, will unveil a renovated technology hub in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Monday.
Digital Girl, Inc. Founder and Executive Director, Michelle Gall honored as a Brooklyn Woman of Distinction by CNG Local News Group!
Congratulations to our Board President, Toni Robinson and newly elected Board Member, Nikki Amos for being honored during Women's Herstory Month for their tireless work for their communities.
Digital Girl, Inc. Moves into New Digs!!!
March 1, 2018 marked a new milestone for Digtial Girl, Inc. as we moved our administrative office into 1958 Fulton Street in Bedford Stuyvesant. This was a much anticipated move and will allow us to host workshops at our home location.
Digital Girl, Inc. turned 3 years old! Although a party to celebrate would have been loads of fun, DGI thought it more important to use the occasion for an inspiring and teaching moment. In coordination with Computer Science Education Week, we hosted a screening of the documentary "Without a Net: The Digital Divide in America".
Even as technology becomes more affordable and internet access seems increasingly ubiquitous, a digital divide between rich and poor remains. For children in underserved school districts, deficient access to technology can hinder them from learning tech skills that are crucial to succeed in today's economy.
The event was presented in collaboration with Verizon (the film's producer) and National Grid.