#WomenWhoTech: Join us in Inspiring, Elevating, and Supporting Women in Tech! πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»βœ¨

#WomenWhoTech: Join us in Inspiring, Elevating, and Supporting Women in Tech! πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»βœ¨

New Writing Challenge, Twitter Spaces, and Dedicated Tuesday Spotlights

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Ale Thomas
Β·Mar 8, 2022Β·

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In honor of International Women's Day (celebrated worldwide on March 8th), we're excited to announce a series of events to encourage women and gender equality in the tech industry. Join us in the celebration!

#WomenWhoTech Writing Challenge ✍️

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We're launching the #WomenWhoTech writing challenge to showcase your stories and experiences with gender diversity in the tech industry.

To participate, choose any topic to write an article about your experience in tech as a woman, non-binary folk, or ally using the πŸ”– #WomenWhoTech tag. Whether you choose to share the good, bad, or ugly: let’s shed a light on these powerful stories to break the gap in the tech industry and earn the #WomenWhoTech badge.

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Celebrating women and diversity shouldn't be done exclusively for IWD, so we're hosting this writing challenge indefinitely.

Start writing! ✍️

#WomenWhoTech Twitter Spaces

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We're starting a series of women-led Twitter Spaces to discuss a range of topics and stories in the tech industry. Expert panels, networking events, and Q&As with members and supporters of gender equality in tech.

To kick the series off, don't miss our first event this Wednesday March 9th focused on women who lead teams and communities in the industry.

Set a reminder! ⏰

#WomenWhoTech Spotlights

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Our usual Tuesday Spotlights will focus on highlighting women and non-binary folks during March, with a deeper insight into our writers stories and motivations.

Have anyone in mind you'd like to see showcased? Leave a comment down below!


We know that breaking the bias in tech is a task that requires consistent and continued efforts, not only during Women History Month, which is why we're setting these and other actions throughout the year.

If you choose to take part in these or support in any other way: thank you. Every action counts towards showing women and other minorities that the tech industry is a place where we belong. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»βœ¨πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»

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