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What happens when you put tools and knowledge in the hands of young girls?

With "laser sharp" dedication to inspiring & encouraging the next generation of STEM leaders, our partnership with Stanley Black & Decker & their Women's Network Chapters is making waves! We began with one incredible g4g Day @Brussels in November 2016, and now, we've collaborated together at events in Sevilla, Madrid, Moscow, Bangalore, Brussels, and Towson, MD, USA... with more to come.

Together, we link STEM to the innovative technology and tool solutions engineered by Stanley Black and Decker, especially with fun & engaging workshops on geometrics, lasers, mathematics, and physics!

Our events with Stanley Black & Decker

Take a peek into some of the past events we've collaborated together on!

g4g in the community in Towson, USA - Nov. 2018

g4g in the community in Towson, USA - Nov. 2018

SBD International Girl's Day 2017, Towson, MD

Have a peek at what our partnership looks like!

Meet our Stanley Black & Decker Lead 

As Stanley Black & Decker employee and Women’s Network Belgium Chapter lead at SBD, Maria Perdomo has always fought for the empowerment of women, particularly in STEM fields, being herself SBD contact for Professional Women’s International and joining the g4g mission, as global contact Stanley Black & Decker.

Kirsten is the g4g Global Stanley Black & Decker Contact! She has been in SBD for 6,5 years, particularly in the role of Talent Management Director. She is actively involved in developing and supporting the company’s diverse talents and running programs related tD&I. She is a strong supporter of empowering makers by engaging partnerships with educational institutions and organizations, like universities and g4g.

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For the builders and protectors, for the makers and explorers, for those shaping and reshaping our world through hard work and inspiration, Stanley Black & Decker provides the tools and innovative solutions you can trust to get the job done—and we have since 1843.
— Stanley Black & Decker