Diversity is central to TechCrunch’s mission. We believe everyone, regardless of background, should have access to the immense possibilities of the tech world, and, at the same time, we are confident technology businesses will benefit from a more diverse workforce. TechCrunch’s Include program aims to promote diversity by applying resources uniquely available to TechCrunch, including our editorial and events platforms, and by exemplifying the diversity mission in TechCrunch’s own staffing and culture.
Looking to get into tech but not sure where to begin? TechCrunch has compiled a directory of great organizations based in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and London that work with underrepresented groups through classes, meetups, mentorship, grants and much more. If your organization is missing, let us know by emailing email@example.com.
Future Katherine Johnsons | Black Girls Code
Melinda Gates has a new mission | Backchannel
Women are leaning in but they face pushback | Wall Street Journal
Why diversity matters | McKinsey & Company
GitHub’s Nicole Sanchez Leads The Charge For Diversity | Los Angeles Times
Intersectional Approaches To Diversifying The Tech Sector | Model View Culture
Trans*h4ck Survey – Be Counted | Trans*h4ck
This Is What Diversity In Tech Should Look Like | Huffington Post
Gender Bias In Open Source | PeerJ PrePrints
#FFFFFF Diversity | Medium
Silicon Valley Is Growing Up, Giving Parents A Break | The New York Times
Re/Code Decode – The Elephant in the Valley | Product Hunt
2015 Diversity Report Card | Engadget
Women In Tech: Names To Know In 2016 | Marie Claire
Why Doesn’t Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders? | Bloomberg
Google’s paid maternity leave halved the number of new mothers quitting | The Independent
If you’d like to have your next event listed on the Include page, have members of your organization attend a TechCrunch event at a discount or have general inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.