Stephanie Rodriguez stands by a sign that says "AnitaB.org/365: 50/50 by 2025"

Changing Policies is Key to Reaching Tech Equity

Intersectional tech equity cannot happen unless leaders focus on improving policies to protect the rights of their workers. Unfortunately, decisions such as the announcement that the EEOC would no longer collect pay data threaten any progress made in closing the pay gap. Learn how you can engage with AnitaB.org to improve policies and advocate for 50/50 intersectional tech equity by 2025.
Male attendees at Male Ally Summit 2018

Attend Male Ally Summit 2019

AnitaB.org is presenting “Male Ally Summit 2019” to inform advocates on how to become change agents that drive intersectional gender equity in tech. We will present more than 25 inspiring, impactful speakers and will give attendees the opportunity to choose sessions from multiple tracks. Join us in New York for this event and help us promote inclusiveness in tech!
Empire State Building as seen from Rooftop of Rockefeller Building

Join Us at Hopperx1 New York City

The 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) may be over, but we still have plenty of fun events planned, including Hopperx1 New York City! Join us in the Big Apple for this immersive, one-day event of networking and learning, and help us keep the energy of GHC going!
An outside shot of the AnitaB.org headquarters in Belmont, CA

AnitaB.org Releases 2018 Commitment to Diversity

We at AnitaB.org have been working hard to lead by example as we advocate for 50/50 intersectional gender equity in tech by 2025, and are proud to say that the diversity of AnitaB.org shifted significantly in just one year’s time. Download our 2018 Diversity Report and learn more about our ongoing efforts.