empowering creators through technology

Hi there,

I'm Rebecca Garcia.

I was just a girl who wanted to code;

now I teach how to create your

meaningful career in technology


I believe in technology as a tool for change.

When I was little I didn't see anyone else like me...

when I was 12, I started teaching myself to code, I immersed myself in a vibrant digital game world, Neopets.

I'd spend late nights, copying and pasting HTML code, building websites from scratch.

One of my first websites was a tutorial site where other girls could learn from my copy and paste tutorials.

My Career In Tech

I took a big leap and became a Developer at a non-profit and shortly after decided to start my own. I found my passion teaching kids to code.

After a few years I knew I wanted to be a part of the 'bigger picture' of creating things in tech; I became a Product Manager.

In my spare time, I love doing yoga, barre, watching (really bad) crime TV shows and being a fur mom to an adorable little pup named Xena in NYC.


My mission is to educate and
encourage more women &
underrepresented People into tech.

How I can help

I'm here to demystify tech & live mindfully.

To give advice I wish I had when I was starting out in tech 7 years ago.

An introvert at heart, I know what it feels like to put yourself out there. It's hard.



I love bringing on guest experts onto The GeekGirlWeb Show™ who share their stories as entrepreneurs, creatives and technologists sharing their passions.


I enjoy speaking about tech+ STEM education, women in tech, entrepreneurship, tech career development and agile product management. I've give keynotes, talks and workshops at educational institutes globally.


I offer 1:1 and group coaching to help women reach their career goals. As well as masterminds to help bring long-term accountability and focus.


A blend of self-improvement, mindfulness & tech career development. Favorites: Why I Teach Kids to Code, A Quick Guide to Public Speaking and 5 Ways to Get More Work + Skills Experience.



My speaking & teaching have brought me to...

10 countries and counting!











Awards & Recognition


I wanted to recreate the magic I felt when I was teaching myself to code as a kid.


Tech Crunch Disrupt Hackmaster
/ Co-host

2015 AskMen's 'Top 99 Outstanding Women'

2013 U.S. White House 'Champion of Change' for Tech Inclusion from President Barack Obama


U.S. White House 'Champion of Change' for tech inclusion

from president Barack obama

2014 Glamour Magazine's 'Top 35 Women Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry'

2017 Crain’s Hispanic Executive & Entrepreneur Awards ‘Latino to Watch’

2017 Pacific Standard 'Top 30 Thinkers Under 30'

2016 Hispanicize 'STEM Star'

'STEM Star'

Interested in having me
speak at your event?