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Women In Tech List

Directory of women in tech communities around the world

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Hire 50,000 women in tech with our new job board.

The Tech Ladies job board was re-designed from the ground up with a focus on diversity + inclusion. Candidates can easily find jobs that are "WFH-Friendly", "Early Stage," or have "Unicorn Potential," and companies can hire from our community of 50,000 women who work in engineering, product, design, and more!

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Forbes
It's not much of a secret that women are underrepresented in the tech industry -- its lack of diversity has become notorious over the years. According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), women represented a mere 15% of computer science bachelor's degree recipients in 2014, despite the fact that significantly more women earn deg… See more
Observer
With unequal pay, workplace harassment, issues with family planning and discriminatory hiring and investment practices, it's no secret that being a woman in the tech industry is tough. But it's also not a secret that some companies are far better than others when it comes to treating women equally and giving them the respect, opportunities and pay they deser… See more
CNBC
After years of navigating grad school and having to leave one position because of sexual harassment, Allison Esposito finally landed a dream job working as a content manager at Google Play. Her hard work had paid off and she had the career to show for it.
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The most powerful network for women in tech.

Leap has spun out of YC into an independent company with a new name, Elpha! We’re an online community for women in tech. Access industry experts, learn from your peers, find answers to your most pressing questions and make lasting friendships. We also have public content like AMAs with Emily Weiss CEO of Glossier.

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TechCrunch
Leap, the women's networking group that was developed by Y Combinator, is spinning out of the company with a new name - Elpha. Co-founded by Cadran Cowansage, Abadesi Osunsade and Kuan Luo, Elpha is designed as a professional network for women offering content and access to a directory ...
Silicon Valley Business Journal
A women's network that was launched by a Y Combinator tech lead is now a separate business that will be in the Mountain View accelerator's summer batch this year. Here's more on that and other founder and funder news at the beginning of a new week.
Elpha
Elpha is the springboard for women to excel in tech.
Y Combinator
In 2017, Cadran Cowansage, a software engineer at YC, started building Leap, an online community for women in tech. Today, Cadran and her two co-founders, Abadesi Osunsade and Kuan Luo, are spinning Leap (now Elpha) out of Y Combinator and launching as an independent company.
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Coding Workshops for Women (non-profit) 👩‍💻

She Codes is a workshop designed to teach basic coding, design and management skills to 10 women.

The first 12-hour workshop takes place Lisbon and we are for looking teachers to expand in other cities around the worlds. She Codes is a non-profit.

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The millennial woman's guide to success in tech

Dream Big. Hustle Hard. is a book with practical advice for 20-somethings from diverse backgrounds to land a job in tech or progress their career. Each chapter contains anecdotes, activities and frameworks which will give ambitious individuals the motivation and tools they need to maximise their potential in a competitive career landscape.

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Medium
"I love tech, but I'm not techie" is a phrase I've heard from countless people, particularly women, since starting Hustle Crew in 2016. I shake my head every time because even though I have worked in tech for almost a decade at giants like Amazon and Groupon, I never once wrote a line of code in any of those roles.
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The home of data on female makers 👩‍💻

FeMake is a combination of data and tools to understand, support, and celebrate female representation in the maker community.

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Medium
This project touches close to home as it represents my personal experience as a maker and as a female in tech. More importantly, it draws focus toward gender inclusivity that I believe can only gain significance as we design the upcoming digital age.
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