About us

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A few of our event organizers at Not Your Average Tech Jobs event in June 2018. Though the majority of our leadership team is in Eugene, Oregon, our network of women is international.

Redefining Women in Tech was formed to educate and empower women in technology. We take a community-driven, inclusive approach that fosters creativity, builds self-confidence and leadership skills, and encourages community engagement.

Through strategic partnerships, mentorship, and educational event programming, we help provide a foundation for women to identify, prepare for, and achieve a fulfilling career in technology, while supporting local employers by delivering a diverse, job-ready pipeline of candidates.

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What our community has to say

Redefining Women in Tech is a community that is such a draw, such a magnet, and I think today is a perfect example of what they can do and how they’ve grown and how we can all feel a little more welcome in tech.

Kristina Payne
Kristina Payne Executive Director, Lane Workforce Partnership

Navigating the world of Tech can be challenging. Knowing that there is a group of people that are up again similar challenges in my Community is not only helpful, but inspiring. The future of our community is tech and inclusive- and I couldn’t be more pleased with what this group is doing in terms of outreach, mentorship and education.

Sharayah Barr Owner, Agora Media Group

In an effort to build technologies that support a healthy Internet, Mozilla has provided grant funding to support pilot tests of gigabit technologies such as virtual reality, 4K video, artificial intelligence, and their related curricula. The technologies will address education and/or workforce development opportunities. We are looking forward to working with Redefining Women in Tech as they develop impactful, inspiring, and exciting projects.

Craig Wiroll Mozilla Gigabit Fund Manager