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About Black Codher

All you need to know about Black Codher and those we empower

How We Began

In 2020, as part of West Midland Combined Authority’s initiative for economic empowerment for both the unemployed and the low-skilled employed to progress into digital occupations, Niyo Enterprise and Coding Black Females partnered together to put on a 30-week Coding Bootcamp in the West Midlands for 50 black women over 18, unemployed or employed with a salary of under £25k. Since then, we have been able to train more black women in software engineering and we continue to take this mission globally.

Black Women In Tech

Black Women in Tech

Black women are heavily underrepresented in technology, making up less than 1% of the tech workforce in the US and UK. (BCS, 2020)

Getting Jobs in Tech

Over 70% of our students have successfully career changed into tech roles, with the others continuing with education

Our Partners

Black Codher has been supported by over 15 corporate parters, supporting with training and development or employment.

Black People in Technology

31,000 black people working in IT positions across the UK in the second quarter of the year.

The Team

A very important part of the process is the team that keep us growing

Coding Black Females

Coding Black Females was created in 2017. We are a nonprofit organisation, and our primary aim is to provide opportunities for Black female developers to develop themselves, meet familiar faces, network, receive support and build relationships through having regular meetups.

Charlene Hunter

CEO and Founder

Niyo Bootcamps

Niyo Bootcamps, one of the brands under Niyo Group. Niyo Bootcamps is the training ground for the best black women in tech and its intersections with other high impact industries. We run bootcamps focused on tech careers, entrepreneurship, and hair and beauty.

Oyin Adebayo

CEO and Founder

Our Team Members