PyLadies Remote

A group with online classes for PyLadies living anywhere in the world! :)

Our Mission

PyLadies is an international mentorship group with a focus on helping more women become active participants and leaders in the Python open-source community. PyLadies' mission is to promote, educate and advance a diverse Python community through outreach, education, conferences, events and social gatherings. PyLadies also aims to provide a friendly support network for women and a bridge to the larger Python world. Anyone with an interest in Python is encouraged to participate!

PyLadies Remote was established with the idea in mind to reach those women interested in Python who don’t live near a PyLadies group. All of the PyLadies Remote classes will be online classes in order to be easily accessible for PyLadies all over the world.

If you would like to teach a class for PyLadies Remote, have ideas for future classes, or questions, please get in touch at remote@pyladies.com.

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PyLadies Remote Organizers

@ossanna16

Anna Ossowski

Anna works for Eldarion, helping them with community management and talent development. She is a director of the Python Software Foundation, PyCon Open Spaces-Chair, DjangoCon US Communications Chair, and group leader of the PyLadies Remote group.

She is very passionate about diversity and community outreach and wants to encourage more women to learn programming because it's awesome! In her free time she writes a blog. You can follow Anna on Twitter at @ossanna16.

@ceaess

Cea Stapleton

Cea comes to software via a circuitous journey involving years of CSS and PHP hobbying, a degree in Religious Studies, another degree, and lots of meandering. She works primarily in Ruby by day and Python (and other languages) by, er, night. Cea enjoys Open Source software, co-organizing PyLadies Remote and her local Python meetup, running, swing dancing, biking, sewing and general tomfoolery. She's also always happy to add a little unapologetic awkwardness to most conversations.

To view mostly nonsensical ramblings, see her on twitter @ceaess, otherwise more software activities are on github, gitlab, and Cea's website.