Founder, The Codette Project
Nurul graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA (Hons) in Politics and Arabic, and did her MBA at Singapore Management University. In December 2015, she founded The Codette Project. In 2018, she was selected as one of 115 global community leaders as part of Facebook's global Community Leadership Programme. Nurul has had multiple careers, including working in marketing, and teaching for 2 years in Kochi City, Japan. She wants to create better communities, networks and opportunities, and to diversify what success means in society – to prove that success can look like anyone.
The Codette Project is a non-profit ground-up initiative that aims to get more minority/Muslim women into technology. The Codette Project is working towards long-term economic change for minority/Muslim women through developing tech skills, building a collaborative community as well as reclaiming narratives of success to include minority/Muslim women’s stories. The Codette Project runs classes, workshops, panels, networking sessions and social events regularly, including Singapore’s only women's hackathon.