Policy & Engagement at AnitaB.org brings together allies and champions across every sector to advance intersectional gender equity in technology. Through strategic engagement and activism, we collaborate with mission-aligned partners, empower grassroots advocates, and influence policymakers in order to drive solutions for a more equitable tech ecosystem.

2020 Election Toolkit

Ready to make your voice heard this election year? Check out the Women in Tech Election Toolkit! This toolkit has what you need to make the elections about what you care about this year: women in technology.
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Programs & Resources

COVID-19 Pilot Survey Image AnitaB.org TechEES COVID-19 Pilot Survey
In Spring 2020, AnitaB.org conducted the Technical Equity Experience (TechEES) Global COVID-19 Impact Survey to begin to understand the unique impact of COVID-19 on technical women. View the key findings and our policy recommendations!
The silhouette of hands in the air during a march Policy Priorities at AnitaB.org
At AnitaB.org, we focus our policy agenda area on four critical areas: Diversity, Labor/Workplace, Technology, and Education issues.
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Learn how we at AnitaB.org aim to influence policy and advocate for equity. Check out the latest news and updates from the AnitaB.org Policy & Engagement team.
A large group of female students wearing t-shirts that say "Thank You, BRAID" at the GHC 17 BRAID Reception BRAID
Our Building, Recruiting & Inclusion for Diversity (BRAID) program works with colleges/universities, and drives data insights and best practices that inform our policy recommendations.
Two women from Accenture hold their Top Companies for Women Technologists Award on the main stage at GHC 17, with a picture of the red Top Companies badge behind them Top Companies for Women Technologists
Top Companies recognizes employers building more inclusive workplaces and collects research on the state of the field. These insights help chart a course for better workforce policy.
Women in the audience smile at the GHC 18 Friday Keynote Policy & Engagement at GHC
2019 was the first year Policy & Engagement took stage at Grace Hopper Celebration. We were thrilled to host professional staff members from the U.S. House Science Committee, and held many other key sessions.
Two young women work on their laptops at the GHC 17 Open Source Day Codeathon The Status of Women in Tech
Learn the facts about women’s representation in tech, and the challenges they face today.