Lesbians Who Tech 2019: The Year’s Biggest Event for LGBTQ Women in

The Lesbians Who Tech & Allies Summit is the biggest event for LGBTQ women in tech. This year’s summit will be held in San Francisco on October 10-13, 2019.

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Lesbians Who Tech is the world’s largest network of queer women in tech and allied fields. They connect, inspire, and train queer women in tech through summits, scholarships, and community events around the world.

This year, they’re holding their biggest event yet: Lesbians Who Tech 2019. This four-day summit will bring together more than 5,000 LGBTQ women in tech from all over the world.

Attendees can expect to hear from inspiring keynote speakers, take part in hands-on workshops and trainings, network with other attendees, and have a lot of fun. There will also be a career fair with more than 100 tech companies recruiting attendees for jobs and internships.

If you’re a lesbian woman in tech or an ally who wants to support queer women in tech, this is the event for you. Register now and join us for an unforgettable four days in San Francisco!

What is Lesbians Who Tech?

Lesbians Who Tech is the world’s largest community of queer women in tech and allies. We are a global movement of over 50,000+ members with chapters in 50+ cities and 30+ countries. Our members work at companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Twitter and more.

The History of Lesbians Who Tech

Lesbians Who Tech is a global organization that works to connect, support, and empower queer women in the tech industry The organization was founded in 2012 by Leanne Pittsford and Ellen Satterwhite, who saw a need for more visibility and representation of queer women in the tech industry

Since its inception, Lesbians Who Tech has grown exponentially, hosting events in over 40 cities across the globe. The organization also provides scholarships for queer women pursuing careers in tech, and advocates for LGBTQ+ inclusion in the industry at large.

Lesbians Who Tech has been instrumental in promoting visibility and inclusion for LGBTQ women in tech, and its impact can be seen in the growing number of queer women who are now working in leadership positions within the industry.

The 2019 Lesbians Who Tech Summit

The 2019 Lesbians Who Tech Summit will be the biggest event yet for LGBTQ women in tech. With over 3,000 attendees expected, the four-day summit will feature over 100 speakers, panels, and workshops on a variety of topics related to lesbian, bisexual, and queer women in tech.

Some of the confirmed speakers include Reshma Saujani (Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code), Aimee Mullins (model, actress, and activist), and Ellen Pao (co-founder of Project Include). The summit will also include a career fair with over 200 companies in attendance, as well as a hackathon with prizes totaling over $50,000.

Whether you’re a seasoned tech professional or just starting out, the Lesbians Who Tech Summit is sure to have something for everyone. Register now and don’t miss out on this incredible event!

Why the Lesbians Who Tech Summit is Important

Since 2014, the Lesbians Who Tech Summit has been the world’s largest gathering of LGBTQ women in tech (and their allies). The summit is a 4-day event that includes speakers, workshops, networking events, and parties. This year’s summit will take place in San Francisco from February 28-March 3.

The Lesbians Who Tech Summit is important for several reasons. First, it provides a much-needed community for LGBTQ women in tech. The tech industry is notoriously male-dominated, and the LGBTQ community is often excluded from mainstream society. The summit offers a safe space for LGBTQ women to connect with each other and discuss the unique challenges they face.

Second, the summit is an important venue for promoting diversity in tech. The event includes workshops on how to create inclusive workplaces, how to be an effective ally to marginalized communities, and how to be a successful entrepreneur as a member of the LGBTQ community. By promoting diversity and inclusion, the Lesbians Who Tech Summit is helping to make the tech industry more equitable for everyone.

Finally, the summit is a great opportunity to network and build relationships with other LGBTQ women in tech. The event includes speed networking sessions, meetups, and parties specifically designed for networking. Attendees can also connect with each other through the Lesbians Who Tech app before and after the event. The Lesbians Who Tech Summit is an important gathering for LGBTQ women in tech because it provides a community, promotes diversity, and offers opportunities to network and build relationships.

The Importance of LGBTQ Representation in Technology

In recent years, there has been a push to increase representation of LGBTQ people in all facets of society, including the tech industry. Lesbians Who Tech is one of the biggest events of the year for LGBTQ women in technology, and it provides a much-needed platform for queer women to network and connect with other like-minded professionals.

Technology is one of the most rapidly evolving industries in the world, and it is essential that all voices are represented in its development. For too long, the LGBTQ community has been underrepresented in the tech industry, and Lesbians Who Tech is working to change that. The event provides a safe and welcoming space for queer women to connect with each other and share their experiences and expertise.

Lesbians Who Tech 2019 is shaping up to be one of the biggest and most impactful events yet, with an expected attendance of over 5,000 queer women from all over the world. If you’re an LGBTQ woman in technology, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

The Future of Lesbians Who Tech

In 2019, Lesbians Who Tech will be celebrating its 10th anniversary. Founded in 2007, Lesbians Who Tech is the largest LGBTQ technology organization in the world, with over 50,000 queer women in its network across 40 countries.

Each year, the organization hosts a large-scale summit that brings together lesbian and bisexual women from all corners of the tech industry for three days of panels, workshops, and networking. This year’s event will take place October 10-13 in San Francisco.

The theme of this year’s summit is ‘The Future of Lesbians Who Tech,’ and attendees can expect to hear from some of the most inspiring and influential queer women working in technology today. The lineup includes Apple’s vice president of environment, policy, and social initiatives Lisa Jackson; GitHub’s chief operating officer Erica Brescia; Basecamp co-founder and CEO Jason Fried; and slack Technologies chief people officer Libby Schaefer.

In addition to keynote speeches and panel discussions, Lesbians Who Tech will also be hosting a number of workshops on topics ranging from professional development to leadership to entrepreneurship. There will also be an exhibit hall featuring innovative tech products from lesbian and bisexual women-owned businesses.

This year’s summit is sure to be an enlightening and empowering experience for all who attend.

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