Join Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Helping women in tech build connections while committing to support the rights of women and girls. 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. Group members will connect each quarter to network, learn, and donate together.

Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Connecting Local Leaders

Tina Marie Baugh, MS

Tina Marie Baugh, MS

Director Information services at Cook Childrens Health Care System

Lori Howard

Lori Howard

CEO at Lori Howard Coaching LLC

Carrie Jones

Carrie Jones

Software Engineer at Array

Kuki Gandhi

Kuki Gandhi

Senior Product manager at Spatial Genomics Inc.

Emily Rasmussen

Emily Rasmussen

Grapevine Founder & CEO

Tabitha Naylor

Tabitha Naylor

Owner at WEcanmag.com (Women Entrepreneurs Can)

Launching in the spring of 2022, Women in Tech for Gender Equality (WTGE) members will donate $50 per quarter with the goal of raising at least $5,000. At our quarterly events we’ll vote on how to direct our collective donations to nonprofits.

Women in Tech for Gender Equality

Join the movement

Benefits of Joining

Improve your career, enrich your personal life, and support women and girls with fellow women in tech.

1

Grow your business network...
Meet and make meaningful connections with other women in tech who care about closing the gender gap.

2

Make a bigger difference...
Pool your $50 donation with 100 others and amplify your impact. That’s $20,000 for women-led nonprofits every year!

3

Have fun & socialize...
Come together in quarterly events to socialize, discover and vote on nonprofits, and make a bigger difference together.

4

Repeat each quarter!
Continue networking, meeting & inviting new members, and growing your group and impact.

Bridget Conway-Taylor, Black Trans Lives Thrive

“I feel less stressed. I don’t worry that I’m not contributing enough, that I’m not doing enough. I feel like I can sleep at night because my actions align with my values.”

Bridget Conway-Taylor, Black Trans Lives Thrive

Lynne Kelleher - 100 Women Who Care Bucks County

“My giving circle group helped to have people in my center of influence to see me in a different light. I’m not just a successful realtor, I’m a giver. A supporter of my community.”

Lynne Kelleher - 100 Women Who Care Bucks County

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