Sponsor Opportunities

Our programs and events support women technologists globally, but none of these efforts would be possible without the support of organizations who help fund them. See all the sponsorship opportunities we offer, and join us in creating a brighter future for women in tech.

Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC)

Become a sponsor of the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. We offer sponsorships tailored for your needs, whether you are a corporation, an academic institute, a government agency, or a nonprofit or lab. Take part in our Expo, featuring product and recruitment booths, or sponsor a single event or service.

Please contact our Business Development team for more information on GHC.

Grace Hopper Celebration India (GHCI)

Launched in 2010, GHCI has grown to become India’s largest technical conference for women in computing and technology. Inspire and engage with attendees at the Career Fair and gain recognition as an organization dedicated to supporting women in tech worldwide.

Please contact our Business Development team for more information on GHCI.

Community

Members of the global AnitaB.org Community network organize local events and provide one another with resources to navigate careers in tech. Sponsor a specific local to help women technologists get connected, find new opportunities, and meet their career goals.

Please contact our Business Development team for more information on our Community.

Community Events

From workshops to networking events, our Community offers many opportunities for members to get together, support one another, and learn from each other. Find which event you’d most like to sponsor.

Please contact our Business Development team for more information on Community Events.

BRAID

Learn about the Building, Recruiting, And Inclusion for Diversity (BRAID) initiative, co-led by AnitaB.org and Harvey Mudd College. We and the BRAID Research Team at UCLA are finding ways to help computer science departments increase the percentage of women and underrepresented minority students in their undergraduate computing programs. Check out our research.

Please contact our Business Development team for more information on how to donate to BRAID.