Systers offers different affinity groups where women technologists can connect with and offer support to members of their self-identified cultures.
African Women in Computing
Our group celebrates the accomplishments of African women in the areas of STEM and technology innovation. We provide exposure to role models for African girls in the area of technology.
Arab Women in Computing
Created from the regional collaborative on Women in Computing in the Arab World with NYU Abu Dhabi, our group connects Arab women in computing around the globe to engage with and inspire one another.
Asian Women in Computing
Our group encourages Asian women to stay in technical fields, provides networking opportunities, and helps members advance their careers by conquering cultural barriers.
Black Women in Computing
Our group provides support and resources to increase the number of black women in computing-related fields.
Chinese Women in Computing
Our group connects with Chinese women in computer science and technical fields from around the world, We encourage each other stay in STEM, and inspire each other to make an even bigger impact in our fields.
Filipinas in Computing
Our group brings together Filipina women interested in, working in, or studying computing or STEM. Our goal is to promote the visibility and impact of Filipinas in tech, and to celebrate their success in the industry.
Indian Women in Computing
Our group offers guidance and mentoring to our members so they may succeed in the fields of computing and technology.
Iranian Women in Computing
Japanese Women in Computing
Jewish Women in Computing
Latinas in Computing
Our members define key strategies to promote leadership and professional development among current and next-generation Latinas in technical roles.
LGBTQ-A in Computing
Created in 2006, our international group gathers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer technologists from academia, industry, and government. We welcome people from all areas of computing, including LGBTQ allies.
Native American Women in Computing
There are very few Native American women in computing, which is why this group provides support, inspiration, mentoring, and resources to those in need of support. We include tribes across the Americas.
Pakistani Women in Computing
Pakistani Women in Computing provides a safe environment for Pakistani women to connect, learn, and support each other. Share your experiences, advice, and resources so that you and your Systers may thrive in your careers.
Systers Spain is a group for women in computing in or from Spain. Our members support each other, share resources, and discuss issues related to women in computing, specifically in Spain. Conversations are in Spanish to create a comfortable environment for all participants.
Turkish Women in Computing
Turkish Women in Computing allows women of Turkish descent to connect, network, learn, and grow. Help create a mentoring atmosphere by sharing your experiences and advice.
Underrepresented Women in Computing
This group was created by and for underrepresented women in computing (Hispanic/Latina, Native American, women of color, and women with disabilities). Our mission is to promote the representation of these women as well as their success in computing-related fields.
Vietnamese Women in Computing
Vietnamese Women in Computing consists of women with Vietnamese heritage who have a computing degree or computing career, or who are interested in joining the field of computing. Gain the support you need to thrive in the tech industry.