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10 Top Women in Tech Groups You Should Know About

As we round up International Women’s Month, we’ve highlighted 10 top women groups – in no particular order – that are working hard to support and empower women in tech across the globe.

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Black Girls Tech Summit

Black Girls Tech Summit

The Black Girls Tech Summit is one of the largest global events for aspiring Black women in Technology. Over 3000 women have connected with some of the world’s largest tech companies such as Meta, Linkedin, Snap Inc, PwC, Zalando, Goldman Sachs and many more through their network. The event aims to increase the representation of Black women in technology and foster relationships between black women in tech.
Black Girls Tech Summit 

 

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Developers in Vogue 

Developers in Vogue aim to create a community of African women passionate about using tech to revolutionise Africa and beyond. They support women in Ghana to gain the necessary digital skills to secure jobs in the tech sector while providing them with a community to depend on.
Developers in Vogue  

 

Soronko AcademySoronko Academy

Soronko Academy is a leading technology and digital skills development centre in Africa. Pioneering the way for young people, especially women and girls, to realise their economic potential, equipping them with the technical and soft skills they need to attain dignified, fulfilling jobs and overcome the gender gap in technology. Soronko cultivates the next generation of female innovators who leverage their critical thinking skills and entrepreneurial spirit to create solutions that address their community’s most pressing problems.
Soronko Academy

 

Women in Tech Africa

Women in Tech Africa (WITA) supports women in tech across Africa to positively impact their communities. WITA believes that women are equally capable of being at the forefront of technological development and advancement in Africa and the world. They work towards their vision by promoting the capabilities of an African woman achiever (career/entrepreneurship), raising female leaders and role models for the next generation and ensuring African growth through technology.
Women in Tech Africa

 

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Global Tech Advocates Black Women in Tech

Global Tech Advocates Black Women In Tech is a not-for-profit global organisation, based in London, dedicated to building bridges of opportunities in tech by enabling black female talents to excel and companies to have access to black women of talent. The group’s mission is to inspire, support, and connect the tech sphere to allow more black women to excel and tech companies to perform better through diversity and inclusion.
Global Tech Advocates Black Women in Tech 

 

ImpactHER

ImpactHER is an impact-driven non-profit organisation that seeks to empower African female entrepreneurs by bridging the gender business financing gap. The organisation is designed to help African female entrepreneurs realise their full economic potential and their dream of owning internationally competitive legacy companies.
ImpactHER

 

Academy Achievers

Academy Achievers is a not-for-profit organisation, leading in Science Technology Engineering & Math.The organisation works with vulnerable, disaffected, disadvantaged girls and young people aged 5-19, from hard-to-reach communities. Academy Achievers provides an avenue where young people from diverse backgrounds can come to socialise, learn, have fun and meet new friends through structured programs coupled with different activities including training sessions.
Academy Achievers 

 

She Code Africa

She Code Africa (SCA) is a non-profit organisation that provides African girls with access to a network of female professionals in tech. They  operate on 13 campuses in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Cameroon and off-campus in 14 cities in Nigeria, Kenya and Rwanda. The organisation sees an Africa where women are represented across all career roles in technology.
She Code Africa  

 

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Women Techmakers

Google’s Women Techmakers program provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology. The program empowers women in their careers by providing access to curated resources and events, as well as information and tools from Google, partners, and the global tech ecosystem. Members have access to connect with a global network of women in technology in Slack communities. As well as learning materials tailored to help girls and women to succeed and thrive in their tech careers.
Women Techmakers

 

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Tech Ladies

Tech Ladies is a worldwide community for women in tech with over 150,000 members. The community provides resources and support for women in tech to learn, network, and grow their careers, including access to an exclusive job board, events, and networking opportunities. Beyond supporting community members, the organisation builds partnerships that prioritize diversity and inclusion in their hiring practices, matching them with women candidates with the skills and experience that fit their open tech positions.
Tech Ladies