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VCGC

Community of female entrepreneurs, tech leaders & investors

VCGC is a platform aimed at supporting women in tech, venture, and entrepreneurship - industries that have traditionally been opaque with high barriers to entry. By sharing stories, building community, and fostering dialogue, we can all come together to create our generation's identity of women working in these industries.

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NonTechTech Beta

Community and mentorship for aspiring (non)techies

The NTT mission is simple - break down barriers in tech and help non-coders secure tech jobs.

With university finals out the way we're here to help students and recent grads break into tech regardless of their degree subject.

We offer:

Slack channel for instant advice

Mentors directory

Profiles of people working across different tech roles

Medium
Tell us a little about yourself, what's your name, where did you grow up and where do you live now? My name is Stephen Chap. I grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe and Liverpool, England and moved to Hertfordshire for university. I ended up moving to Hertfordshire after uni and that's where I'm currently based.
Medium
Tell us a little about yourself, what's your name, where did you grow up and where do you live now? My name is Ina, I was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. I left when I was 23 to do my Masters in Marketing Management at the ESADE Business School in Barcelona.
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Leap by YC

Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want

Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want.

VentureBeat
2017 was a turning point for women in tech. With an avalanche of news swirling on the web about sexual harassment allegations and the #MeToo movement spreading on social media, women are beginning to speak up. In this context, Y Combinator (YC) software engineer Cadran Cowansage announced today the official launch of Leap, an online community by women for wo… See more
Y Combinator
I'm excited to share an experimental project I've been working on at YC over the last 10 months. It's called Leap and it's an online community for women in tech to talk about whatever we want. Leap has ~1,500+ members who are founders, designers, marketers, software engineers, VCs, women in sales and operations, etc.
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The Violet Society

✨A startup sisterhood for future founders 💪🏽

The Violet Society is a cross between a mastermind group and a sorority. 👯‍It's a part-time program for young women in the tech industry who want to build startups. We'll be meeting weekly in San Francisco over 12 weeks this summer to accelerate each other's personal and professional growth via peer mentorship. Apply to join our pilot program! 🚀

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HERstory by marketHER.org

Career growth stories from tech marketing leaders

HERstory by marketHER.org is a weekly newsletter for women in tech. Each week, we chat with a different marketing leader and get to know HERstory. Then, we send you the takeaways, so you can apply them to your career.

marketHER.org
HubSpot's Vice President of Marketing, Meghan Keaney Anderson, shares her career story, including how she broke into leadership, how she adapted as a new manager, and what she would do differently.
marketHER.org
Lever's Chief Marketing Officer, Leela Srinivasan, shares her career story, including how she broke into leadership, secured flexible working conditions, and balanced career growth with motherhood.
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#trailblazingMuslimWomen

21 Badass Muslim Women In London you should know about

A visual series created to celebrate the incredible Muslim women in London. Featuring women from diverse industries, with an individual desire to reinvent their spaces; to transform the restrictive narratives of the Muslim woman - with an undeniable determination to positively disrupt the industries they respectively inhabit.

Amaliah
During International Women's day, this year, we were inundated with beautiful posts about women who inspired. A fantastic secret project was launched in which revealed a flurry of accomplished Muslim women from across the board dominating, and promoting a high skill set in their fields. We saw activists, entrepreneurs, photographers, lawyers, writers, and cr… See more
BuzzFeed
Khan said: "Back in January I had been taking in the newly released Forbes '30 Under 30' list and I was curious to see how many people of colour, women of colour, and Muslims were on the list.
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Present

Network with extraordinary women. Invest in your passions!

Present is a location-based chat app designed just for women to meet and connect with new friends nearby. With Present, women can rally around interests and causes they care about in their local communities.

App Store
Learn about Present - Just For Women on App Store.
Fast Company
When Janete Perez first moved from Seattle to San Francisco six years ago, she realized just how hard it was to make friends. The former Microsoft program manager had landed a job with Zynga in the Bay Area, but even with an office full of digitally connected coworkers, Perez recalls the challenge of forming a new social group in person.
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In the Company of Women

Advice from over 100 makers, artists, and entrepreneurs 🙋

Over 100 exceptional and influential women describe how they embraced their creative spirit, overcame adversity, and sparked a global movement of entrepreneurship. Media titans and ceramicists, hoteliers and tattoo artists, comedians and architects—taken together, these profiles paint a beautiful picture of what happens when we pursue our passions and dreams.

Equities.com
Many business owners agree that entrepreneurs need to learn constantly. The world of business is always shifting, especially in the current age of big data and marketplace disruption. Yet some core, foundational principles of business will never change.
Entrepreneur
Rocky Vy Entrepreneur Reads is a series designed to bring to our readers the best books we've found to help motivate your entrepreneurial drive. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be notified of new features. When you think of the word entrepreneur, what kind of person comes to mind?
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Bevy

Networking app made for women, by women

Bevy app was specifically designed to help women of all ages throughout the many different phases of our lives - The single life, dating life, engagement, marriage, motherhood, moving to a new city, transitioning from the city to the burbs or vice versa, etc.

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Refined Currency

Personal finance advice for modern women

Refined Currency is a global community and content platform founded by London based blogger Bola Sol.

It focuses on educating women about feminism and personal finance so they have the information they need to build fulfilling lives in a competitive world.

It also features #TheMoneyPodcast sharing advice on how to manage your money.

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