Join Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Come together with a network of women in tech across the country to learn about and support nonprofits that are women-led and supporting women’s education, health, and rights. By joining our giving circle, you will come together with our group members each quarter to network, learn, and donate together.

Heidi Hoffmann

“It is important to support all females and the issues they encounter. If we are privileged enough to to help and be the voice for those without one, we should do so.”

Heidi Hoffmann, Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Michele Kidd

“I am interested in connecting with women who are interested in joining together to support women's rights. I'm looking forward to contributing and doing what I can!”

Michele Kidd, Women in Tech for Gender Equality


“I'm interested in learning more about how I can engage in a collective group to further my individual giving.”

Jennifer Baldwin, Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Julia Muccini

“Hello. My name is Julia and I work at an small IT consulting firm in Boston. I'd like to help people as much as I can, I think philanthropy, especially for women is so important. I am relatively new in my career so I am not sure what to expect by joining this group but I am excited to get started.”

Julia Muccini, Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Stephanie Kirshner

“My mission in life is to help others and save lives”

Stephanie Kirshner, Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Martha Angle, SPHRi

“I'm interested in connecting with like-minded women in my area to effect positive change in diversifying the fintech space.”

Martha Angle, SPHRi, Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Connecting 230+ Community Leaders

Tina Marie Baugh, MS

Tina Marie Baugh, MS

Director Information services at Cook Childrens Health Care System

Equity & Equality
Girls & Women
Lori Howard

Lori Howard

CEO at Lori Howard Coaching LLC

Carrie Jones

Carrie Jones

Software Engineer

Economic Empowerment
Advocacy & Social Justice

Amplify your giving

Potential impact!

Launching Summer 2022, WTGE members will make quarterly donations and decide together how to direct the funds. Collectively we can have a larger impact on our community.

Member quarterly donation


“I would love to be a part of a group of women doing good by supporting initiatives that are creating positive ripples!”

Laura West

Virginia Beach Women for Good

Community members


“I love to make a difference and LOVE to network with beautiful, strong, smart women!”

Alicia Adams

Shreveport Women for Good

Yearly giving to nonprofits


“I believe in empowering women in business and in giving back to the community. Being aligned with both of these, collectively, feels like a perfect fit.”

Chloe DiVita

Denver Women in Business for Good

Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Join the movement

Benefits of Joining

Network with a community of women leaders in tech committed to the same cause while learning about local nonprofits. Make a commitment to give back.


Connect with Local Women Leaders
Meet and make meaningful connections with other women in tech who care about making a difference.


Message with Community Members
Build a network of likeminded community members across the country.


Nominate & Support Local Nonprofits
Make a bigger difference in your community by nominating and supporting a local nonprofit using pooled donations.


Socialize & Vote at Your Group’s Events
Come together at events to socialize, discover and vote on nonprofits, and make a bigger difference together.

Have questions? Learn more at our upcoming event

This Friday at 12:00 PM we’ll host an open office hour for prospective members to learn about the group and ask questions.

Register for event on LinkedIn

A new era of philanthropy

The collective giving movement is now featured in a new TED Talk from the 2022 Conference! Sara Lomelin, our partner and CEO of Philanthropy Together, talks about the transformative power of giving circles and how you can join the movement to diversify and democratize philanthropy.

Watch it now and check out the top five moments that inspired us.

Your questions answered

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