Welcome to Black Women In Technology
Our Mission and PhilosophyBlack Women in Technology is dedicated to increasing the number of women of color in technology through professional development, networking and community. Black Women in Technology's mission is to contribute to solving the challenge of diversity and technology. Our goal is to increase our numbers in technology - from the C-Suite, the Startup Founder to the entry-level software developer.
Providing A Tech PlatformBlack Women in Technology was borne out of a need to provide a platform for women of color to meet, network, communicate, encourage, teach and serve not only themselves, but the community at large.
Support Black Women In TechnologyYour support will allow us to recognize the incredible work by women of color and others who are changing tech's landscape in education, business, science/health and media and entertainment.
Key Outcomes / MetricsIncrease number of Black Women in technology. Increase number of Black Women in C-Suite positions at Technology companies. Increase number of Black Women technology companies starting in Los Angeles. Increase number of FUNDED Black Women technology companies. Exponentially grow number of Black Women present at conferences, expos, workshops, events, courses, and meeting of minds.
In The News
Black Women in Technology's mission is to contribute to solving the challenge of diversity and technology.
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PayPal Holdings, Inc. announced an additional $5 million grant program that will further the company’s...
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The Numbers Say it All
of computing-related jobs are held by women
of computing-related jobs are held by African-American women
held by Asian women
held by Hispanic women