The Geek Culture is growing fast in South Africa with a lot of hackathons happening, meetups, participation by females is also gaining momentum and other activities on the ground. Given the growth angle, there is a need to nurture and shape the digital scene we all want to see.
Geekulcha is calling on industry leaders to volunteer and serve on the Geekulcha Council of Advisors in South Africa. These will be a collective of minds and help shape and to sustainably grow the Geek Culture in the country.
The Geekulcha Council of Advisors seeks to nurture the Geek Culture in South Africa for a competitive tech ecosystem and capacity for the job market.
The following is a 12-member Council of Advisors set to help shape the Geek Culture in South Africa
These are the things Geekulcha requires of the council
Quarterly council meetings are arranged to discuss the health of the tech ecosystem in SA and set growth paths
With a variety of programmes that Geekulcha has, the council may advise on sustainable implementation strategies
Council members are advised to share the industry experience with the young geeks at events and ideally be judges