Who we are
Women in Tech is the world’s leading organization for Inclusion, Diversity & Equity in STEAM. Our community counts over 200.000 members across the world with chapters in all 6 continents. With our Head Office in Paris, we are a Global Movement with chapters in 6 continents, counting over 200.000 members.
Our community is represented by persons of all abilities – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, class, age or sexual orientation.
What we do
We focus on 4 primary areas that are a call for action: Education, Business, Social Inclusion and Advocacy. We create impact through action to build skills and confidence, setting women up for success.
We’re on a mission to empower 5 MILLION WOMEN AND GIRLS by 2030, meeting 5 SDG’s
The UN Sustainable development has set 17 goals to transform our World by 2030. Goal#5 is to achieve gender equality and empower women and girls. The Tech field is one of its main targets. Women in Tech® fully support the UN’s Sustainable development objectives by contributing to 5 of the 17 goals:
#5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
#8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
#9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
#10: Reduced Inequalities
Our Core Values
Our values are not only vital, but one of the founding pillars of Women in Tech®. They guide how we approach all of our relationships—with our members, colleagues, chapters and our partners:
Diversity and interculturality
We are dedicated to the idea that gender and cultural diversity matters in all spheres. We believe in a world where access to knowledge, innovation and business opportunities are based on interest and ability, not gender.
We are colleagues, not competitors, and work together for a common purpose. Our ability to collaborate on projects is one of our most important strengths. We are devoted and committed to each other, because nothing great was ever built without collaboration and teamwork.
Real change and growth can’t occur unless we are open to considering new ideas. Fresh concepts are always welcome, and will be treated with the utmost respect.
Love and positive energy
We are full of love and positive energy in and out of our work environment, and let it imbibe everything we do. Our passion for sisterhood means we love what we do and we collectively believe in the importance of the cause.
Women in Tech has set high goals for our organization. We fully expect to reach them, and have devised primary focus areas to help girls and women enter STEM fields and become successful in these careers.
Women in Tech® has a double mission: to close the gender gap and to help women embrace technology. The organization focuses on 4 primary areas that are a call for action: Education, Business, Social Inclusion, Advocacy. The aim is to educate, equip and empower women and girls with the necessary skills and confidence to succeed in STEM career fields.
Our goal is to Empower 5 million Women and Girls by 2030.
Skilling with Education
“ I was the owner of a hostel with a 18 month baby when I applied for the Women in Tech Coding Camp in 2018. It gave me the courage to skill myself and become a front-end developer. Today I am a managing director of an IT firm in Skopje.”
Bringing water to a rural area in Zambia
Women in Tech Zambia has opened a center in a rural area 2hrs from Lusaka. Besides teaching children how to fly drones, we gave the community access to WATER, thanks to the water pipe that was installed in our premises by LIWAI. This water pipe is the first in the village of 1000 people.
Supporting Female Entrepreneurs
“I attended your WIT conference and I got connected with Deborah Crowe from the speed mentoring program. I hired her as my life and executive coach and it has changed my life. So thank you for your great initiative! .”
Moojan Asghari, Cofounder Women in AI
Involving World leaders
“Thank you for organizing this summit Women in Tech. It’s an incredibly important topic. I hope that this will become an annual event that will evolve into a network of support, opportunities and of promoting female leadership in the whole South East Europe ”
Former President of Croatia