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Building a Successful Nonprofit ft. Audrey Pe

Her Journey

Audrey Pe (@audreyisabelpe) is a student at Stanford University and the founder and executive director of WiTech (@witechorg) — a nonprofit organization based in the Philippines that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to break gender barriers and use tech to make a difference in society. Her work with WiTech has garnered her recognition as a 2019 Global Teen Leader, 2020 Pinterest Council of Courage member, 2018 Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs District awardee, 2019 Zonta Women in Technology Asia-Pacific District Scholar, Opportunity Desk 30 Under 30 Changemaker, 2020 Women in IT Advocate of the Year Finalist, and 2019 Women in Tech Global Aspiring Teen Award Finalist. A two-time TEDx, ASEAN and UN speaker, she has delivered over 30+ talks and has also been featured in local and international publications like Forbes, Esquire, and Elite Daily. Find out what inspired Audrey to start WiTech, and how her passion for WiTech's mission led her to make her startup a success, with a reach of thousands of individuals from across the world. Learn about her experiences, her impact, and how you can also take the initiative to make an impact of your own!

36mins

19 Mar 2021

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19 Year Old Changing the Tech World (ft. Audrey Pe)

Get Connected

Too young to make a change? Never. Our guest, Audrey Pe, is a teenage founder of the nonprofit, WiTech, which aims to educate and empower all youth to pursue tech and make a difference. While at her first year at Stanford University, she shares how WiTech started from a passion and a desire to solve a problem she saw in the world at just 15 years old. Nastassia and Audrey talk about tech, entrepreneurship, parenting, and gratitude. Enjoy! @witechorg, @audreyisabelpe via @ConnectfulApp. Subscribe and follow us on Instagram!

34mins

12 Oct 2020

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Ep 14. Audrey Pe on Starting Witech at age 15, Public Speaking as an Introvert, and Making your own Opportunities

21st Century Visionary

"I believe that in order to get really good opportunities you shouldn't wait for them to come to you, you should make them for yourself." - Audrey Pe Audrey Pe (@audreyisabelpe) is an incoming freshman at Stanford University and the founder and executive director of WiTech (@witechorg) -- a nonprofit organization based in the Philippines that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to break gender barriers and use tech to make a difference in society. Through WiTech, she has been working on projects at the intersection of technology and education since she launched the organization at age 15. She is now 19 and finishing up the remainder of her gap year. In quarantine, her time has mostly been spent going on partnership calls, speaking at webinars, and coordinating with WiTech’s 11+ chapters in 4+ countries on how to break the gender and accessibility gaps in tech. Her work with WiTech has garnered her recognition as a 2019 Global Teen Leader, 2020 Pinterest Council of Courage member, 2018 Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs District awardee, 2019 Zonta Women in Technology Asia-Pacific District Scholar, Opportunity Desk 30 Under 30 Changemaker, 2020 Women in IT Advocate of the Year Finalist, and 2019 Women in Tech Global Aspiring Teen Award Finalist. A two-time TEDx, ASEAN and UN speaker, she has delivered over 30+ talks and has also been featured in local and international publications like Forbes, Esquire, and Elite Daily. In this conversation, we talk about starting Witech, how she pivoted her blog to become a community organization, securing partnerships with brands like Accenture to host events, experience speaking to thousands of attendees at tech conferences as an introvert, learning from failure, turning inspiration into action, recruiting for student organizations, forming a team, recommended books, and much more!

44mins

16 Sep 2020

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Authentic Conversations About Women in Technology and Gender Gap in the Tech Industry with Audrey Pe, Founder of WiTech

Your Brand, Your Story

Audrey Pe put up her own company when she was just 15 years old. She developed a love for coding at a very young age, and eventually got inspired to pursue a career in tech, but because of the lack of female tech role models, she discovered the mission to empower other women to harness the power of technology and ultimately close the gender gap in the tech industry. So in 2016, Women in Technology or WiTech was born, a nonprofit organisation based in the Philippines that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to make a difference and break gender barriers using technology. Awarded a Global Teen Leader in 2019, Audrey is also a public speaker and has graced the TEDx, ASEAN and UN stages. She was also one of Marketing in Asia's 70 Rising Personalities On LinkedIn In Philippines You Should Follow In 2020.  Today, at 19, aside from being the founder and executive director of WiTech (@witechorg), Audrey is also is an incoming freshman at Stanford University. Find out more about her, as a founder, as a student, a youth leader, and a human being.

21mins

10 Sep 2020

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Audrey Pe on Breaking Barriers in Technology

Generation Slay

Audrey Pe (@audreyisabelpe) is the Founder and Executive Director of WiTech (Women in Technology), a nonprofit organisation that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to make a difference and break gender barriers using technology. 

28mins

14 Jul 2020

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S1E5: On Breaking Gender Barriers, Being a Young Woman in Tech, and More With Audrey Pe

Humans for SDGs

Audrey Pe, a 19-year-old tech enthusiast, narrates how she is relentlessly breaking gender barriers in the global tech scene. Having developed a passion for technology at a young age, she has always been adamant about pushing for gender equality and innovation in the country. Find out how a Filipina, at the age of 15, founded her own non-profit organization out of sheer courage— a non-profit organization that is now around the globe making a difference for sustainable development. Check out @witechorg on Instagram to learn more about how this group of young people is changing the digital landscape across the globe! Catch the latest episodes as we feature more humans for SDGs! Follow us on Facebook (https://fb.com/youthforceph), Twitter (https://twitter.comyouthforceph), and Instagram (https://instagram.com/youthforceph) to get the latest updates. For partnerships and collaborations, email us at youthforceph@gmail.com. Hosted by: Eah Antonio & Brex Arevalo Produced by: Eah Antonio & Ninna Adriano

20mins

10 Jul 2020

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Exploring the Work of Women in STEM Advocate: Audrey Pe

Girl on Fire

On this weeks episode Tanya Manocha and Ritisha Keswani, the Operations Director at YELP, will be interviewing Audrey Pe, a Women in STEM advocate and executive director of WiTech. Audrey Pe (@audreyisabelpe) is an incoming freshman at Stanford University and the founder and executive director of WiTech (@witechorg) -- a nonprofit organization based in the Philippines that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to make a difference and break gender barriers using technology. Through WiTech, she has been working on projects at the intersection of technology and education since she founded the organization at age 15. She is now 19 and wrapping up her gap year before beginning university this fall. Her work with WiTech has garnered her recognition as a 2019 Global Teen Leader, 2018 Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs District awardee, 2019 Zonta Women in Technology Asia-Pacific District Scholar, Opportunity Desk 30 Under 30 Changemaker, 2020 Women in IT Advocate of the Year Finalist and 2019 Women in Tech Global Aspiring Teen Award Finalist. A two-time TEDx, ASEAN and UN speaker, she has delivered over 30+ talks and has also been featured in local and international publications like Esquire and the Philippine STAR.

22mins

22 Jun 2020

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Audrey Pe: STEM in the Philippines, Taking a Gap Year Before University, & Celebrating Womxn in Tech

Off She Goes

Audrey Pe is the Founder and Executive Director of WiTech, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate and empower youth to make a difference using technology. Her work with WiTech has garnered her recognition as a 2019 Global Teen Leader and 2019 Zonta Women in Technology Asia-Pacific District Scholar. In this episode, Audrey talks about her experience growing up in the Philippines as someone who’s interested in tech, her gap year journey before heading to Stanford in the fall, balancing work and school as a full time student, and how she established WiTech. Follow Audrey Pe on IG @audreyisabelpe // Follow WiTech on IG: @witechorg // Follow Off She Goes on IG: @offshegoespodcast

45mins

4 May 2020

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Audrey Pe: Women in Tech, Taking a Gap Year, + Studying Abroad at Stanford

She Chat Podcast

In today’s episode I chat with Audrey Pe, founder of WiTech, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate, inspire, and empower youth to make a difference and break gender barriers using technology. Audrey is currently on a gap year before heading to Stanford in fall 2020. We talk about how she first got introduced to CS and how she managed to balance school, extracurriculars, WiTech, and other activities. Enjoy the episode! CONTACT US INSTA/TWITTER: @shechatpodcast EMAIL: shechatpodcast@hotmail.com CONTACT AUDREY INSTA: @audreyisabelpe EMAIL: audrey@witech.org Intro/Outro Music: LiQWYD - Summer Nights (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music.

33mins

22 Apr 2020

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Episode 27: Audrey Pe- A powerful journey of a trailblaizer!

A Dose of Intensity

In this episode, we will be talking to the Founder and Executive Director of WiTech ( Women in Tech) Audrey Pe! Find out how this driven and empowered young woman started a global movement and how she has inspired and shed light to a lot of issues in the gender gap in the tech industry and the realities of what is lacking in the Philippine school curriculum and resources to prepare the youth who do not have access and make them see the possibilities they can have in their future careers.   If you want to volunteer and help WiTech you can reach them through the following: Email: witechorg@gmail.com Instagram/Twitter: @witechorg                                      @audreyisabelpe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/witech.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adoseofintensity/support

39mins

11 Dec 2019