The founder of RightBrains, working to bridge the gender gap in technology and responsible for all business development related activities.
RightBrain's mission is to grow the number of women in digital-focused roles.
Only through conscious diversity and inclusion in the workplace can we create an opportunity for further innovation and success and bridge the clear gender gap in the technology sector.
Together with our partners, we have built a career and mentorship platform where women of all career stages can explore their tech interests, and network with peers and industry leaders.
Geke Rosier is an entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in developing marketing strategies for technology companies. She began her career with Microsoft in 1995. She then moved on to work as a marketing strategy consultant for technology start-ups and in 2004 she co-founded her first company, ForceFive, specialising in business and IT alignment.
She founded RightBrains in 2014 with the purpose of closing the gender gap one female professional at a time. The year after she launched the Digital Leadership Programme for women with digital leadership ambitions. Today RightBrains aims to grow into the biggest career and mentoring platform in Europe.
Geke is also the co-author and creator of the book Ronde vormen in IT (2011), the magazine I Lof IT (2015) and the RightBrains Career Guide (2017).
In 2021 she was a finalist for the Joke Smit Oeuvreprijs. This is a Dutch government prize for a person that makes a fundamental contribution to improving the position of women and in 2022 she won the Dianne Bevelander Prize for her substantial contribution to the cause.