About Women in Tech Week
Since Ada Lovelace became the first computer programmer 175 years ago, women have created systems and platforms that changed the way we live and work.

Endorsed by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Women in Tech Week is a celebration of how women power the tech industry and drive change in our world. At CommonBond, we strongly believe technology companies have an obligation to build and develop the pipeline for women in tech.

Today, women comprise 33% of technology workers. Our goal is to highlight their achievements and to inspire more women to choose a technology career.
About Women in Tech Week
Since Ada Lovelace became the first computer programmer 175 years ago, women have created systems and platforms that changed the way we live and work.

Endorsed by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Women in Tech Week is a celebration of how women power the tech industry and drive change in our world. At CommonBond, we strongly believe technology companies have an obligation to build and develop the pipeline for women in tech.

Today, women comprise 33% of technology workers. Our goal is to highlight their achievements to inspire more women to choose a technology career.
The Movement
Join the Movement
Join the Movement
Post why you support women in tech on Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter. Use the hashtag #2018WITW and tag two friends to participate. For every post, CommonBond will donate to Girls Who Code to inspire girls and young women to choose a career in technology.
Post why you support women in tech on Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter. Use the hashtag #2018WITW and tag two friends to participate. For every post, CommonBond will donate to Girls Who Code to inspire girls and young women to choose a career in technology.
Share this campaign and help spread the word.
Share this campaign with your network and help spread the word.
The Event
HEAR FROM INSPIRING FEMALE FOUNDERS
HEAR FROM INSPIRING FEMALE FOUNDERS
Learn about the opportunities and challenges faced by inspiring women founders in the first years of their businesses. Hear about fundraising, overcoming adversity, growing a business, and more.
Learn about the opportunities and challenges faced by inspiring women founders in the first year of their business. Hear about fundraising, overcoming adversity, growing a business, and more.
 When: 6:30 pm, October 9, 2018
Where: CommonBond HQ             
      524 Broadway, 6th Fl.,
   New York, NY 10012
 When: 6:30 pm, October 10, 2017
Where: CommonBond HQ .           
      524 Broadway, 6th Fl.,
   New York, NY 10012
 When: 6:30 pm, October 9, 2018
Where: CommonBond HQ .           
      524 Broadway, 6th Fl.,
   New York, NY 10012
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Kelly Peeler
Co-founder & CEO, NextGenVest
Jennifer Fitzgerald
Co-founder & CEO, PolicyGenius
Georgene Huang
Co-founder & CEO, Fairygodboss
Liz Wessel
Co-founder and CEO, WayUp
Alexandra Meis
Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Kinvolved
Jane Fisher
Co-founder and Co-CEO, Harper Wilde
Angela Ceresnie
CEO, ClimbCredit; Co-founder, Orchard Platform
Yi-Hsian Godfrey
Co-founder, Apiari
Mary Williamson
Co-founder & CEO, PortfolioStrat;
CTO, Stratagem Technologies
Georgene Huang
Co-founder & CEO, Fairygodboss
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For press inquires contact: womenintechweek@commonbond.co
Meet Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a nonprofit which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science.
Meet Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science.
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