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Evolution Equity Partners and Women Who Code Collaborate to Close the Gender Gap in Cybersecurity

In a decisive move to address gender disparity in the cybersecurity sector, Evolution Equity Partners has announced a strategic partnership with Women Who Code, a globally renowned nonprofit organization championing the cause of diverse women in tech.

This collaboration was inaugurated with Evolution Equity Partners making a significant donation to Women Who Code.

The donation was ceremoniously presented to Lily Chang, a board member of Women Who Code, during the first-ever Presidents Forum held in San Francisco. This international gathering, which coincided with the RSA Conference week, saw a convergence of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), global leaders, cybersecurity experts, and heads of state deliberating on the nuances of cybersecurity.

Notably, the forum showcased an exclusive dialogue with the 43rd U.S. President, George W. Bush, discussing the nation's challenges in this century.

Richard Seewald, the Founder and Managing Partner at Evolution Equity Partners, expressed his enthusiasm about the alliance, stating, "We are thrilled to partner with Women Who Code and contribute to their inspiring work in empowering women in the cybersecurity industry."

Seewald added that the firm ardently believes that "diverse perspectives lead to innovation and success," emphasizing their commitment to nurturing a tech environment that champions equal opportunities for all.

This partnership underscores Evolution Equity Partners' dedication to gender equity within the cybersecurity realm.

By joining hands with Women Who Code, they hope to amplify the efforts towards building a balanced and inclusive cybersecurity landscape, recognizing the invaluable role the nonprofit plays in fortifying women's presence in the sector.


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