About Us

Members are affiliated with organizations:

  1. with women attendance that is 50% or higher
  2. who have a focus on technology
  3. have a primary focus in the mission statement about gender or women.

For any questions on how to become a member please email us!

Our Members

Code for Progress

Code for Progress

Code for Progress brings women and people of color into the code workforce through holistic investment in their technical training and a community of support. By intentionally removing barriers to technological training, Code for Progress cultivates a growing community of diverse professionals who have the technical skills and cultural competency to bring innovation to non-profits, government and private industry.

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Women's Society of Cyberjutsu

Women's Society of Cyberjutsu

The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit passionate about helping and empowering women to succeed in the Cybersecurity field. We are a community of women supporting each other through every step of her career journey. Whether you're transitioning to cybersecurity, just entering the field, or are a seasoned vet, our top-notch hands-on technical training and workshops provide the practical skills that translate into real world experience.

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DC PyLadies

DC Pyladies

The DC chapter of Pyladies, an international group focused on getting more women into Python community and programming.

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DC Web Women

DC Web Women

A professional organization encouraging women in new media.

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Girl Develop It DC

Girl Develop It DC

Empowering women in DC to learn how to program in a supportive and fun environment.

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Georgetown Women Who Code

Georgetown Women Who Code

Georgetown University Women Who Code (GUWWC) is an organization for women at Georgetown want to learn code and for those who already code. We teach on-campus lectures, our mentors meet in small groups with students, and we host social and professional events to expose students to the many opportunities for women to pursue academic and professional paths in technology.

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Hear Me Code

Hear Me Code

Free, beginner-friendly coding classes for women, by women.

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League of Women Coders

League of Women Coders

Are you a woman* who loves programming and has been searching for a similar bunch of ladies to eat cupcakes and discuss code with? Are you happier discussing Ruby** than rubies over coffee? If so, you’ve come to the right place! We meet at least once a month to hack on projects, give casual 5-minute lightning talks, ask all of our technical questions, and toss around ideas together. It's a great way to make new friends, and to bounce ideas off each other to keep improving our coding skills. Think of it as a book club for coders. Yes, there will be tasty treats of the baked variety with coffee, tea, and juice (for the caffeine-averse). On hacknights, we have delicious pizza for all of your om-ing and nom-ing needs. We'd also love to bring in some interesting lady speakers, so let us know if you have anything you'd like to hear or talk about!

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Lesbians Who Tech

Lesbians Who Tech

Lesbians Who Tech is a community of queer women in and around tech (and the people who love them).

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National Center for Women in Tech

GNational Center for Women in Tech

Revolutionizing the face of technology by increasing the participation of girls and women.

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Rails Girls DC

Rails Girls DC

Our aim is to give tools and a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas with Ruby on Rails. We do this by providing a great experiences on building things and make technology more approachable.

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Spanning Tree DC

Spanning Tree DC

Spanning Tree is a DC-area feminist hacker/maker space. We welcome people of color, trans women, genderqueer/genderneutral people, and people with disabilities.

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Women 2.0 City Meetup

Women 2.0 City Meetup

Women 2.0’s networking event. Our mission is to connect, inspire and advance authentic relationships in the tech ecosystem. We invite not only to founders, but also executives, investors, engineers and creative innovators in tech.

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Women Data Scientists DC

Women Data Scientists DC

Women Data Scientists DC is a group for women who are data scientists, women who want to be data scientists, and supporters of women in data science. We host events supporting and empowering women in the data science community.

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Women In Tech Campaign

Women In Tech Campaign

Exists to help expand the definition of what women in technology means in the 21st century. Features profiles of leaders & emerging leaders across industries.

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Women Who Code

Women Who Code

We are focused on providing women with tangible programming skills to expand their career opportunities. We are made up of a lot of study groups that learn anything in the "full stack" of development (aka from the very back end of coding involving networks and security, to the front end involving scripting and styling). Whether you love Python or are trying to learn anything you can - we are a group that allows you to pick and choose whatever fits your learning style!

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Women Who Tech

Women Who Tech

Women Who Tech is a diverse network of 10,000 entrepreneurs, engineers, investors, and industry leaders. We bring women together who are breaking new ground in technology and the startup sector. Since 2008, we've produced several Women Who Tech TeleSummits packed with some of the most thought-provoking discussions led by Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post, startup investor Joanne Wilson, WordPress usability expert Jane Wells of Automattic, Shaherose Charania of Founders Labs and Women 2.0, and more. In 2015 we launched the The Women Startup Challenge, one of the largest initiatives to bring together top early-stage women-led startups, that showcases and helps fund women-led ventures. In partnership with Craig Newmark of craigslist and craigconnects, the Women Startup Challenge has one goal: to disrupt a culture and economy that has made it exceedingly difficult for women entrepreneurs to access capital. Only 7% of all investor money goes to women-led startups. The Women Startup Challenge wants to crush this dismal stat.

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Supporting Organizations

AIGA

We're the Washington, DC Chapter of AIGA, the Professional Association for Design. We support the DC creative community!

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Code for DC

Code for DC

DC chapter of the Code For America CFA brigade - we are volunteer civic hackers working together to solve local issues and help people engage with DC

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Geo DC

Geo DC

Talking maps and all things geo here and in person the first Wednesday of every month.

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Maptime DC

Maptime DC

Maptime is, rather literally, time for mapmaking. Our mission is to open the doors of cartographic possibility to anyone interested by creating a time and space for collaborative learning, exploration, and map creation using mapping tools and technologies.

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Web Content Mavens

Web Content Mavens

Local networking and information exchange group focused on web content, content strategy and content management systems (CMS).

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