Baddies in Tech is more than a community… it’s an identity. Our organization is creating safe spaces for women of color in tech to belong, but the Baddie Identity existed long before BiT was founded. We're building for the women of color who are “the only” in their work environment, the ambitious Black girl who career role models and mentors, and the female executives who want to make the path to leadership easier for those coming up behind them. To be a member of Baddies in Tech is to reject professional stereotypes and to declare “this is what a technologist looks like.”


At Baddies in Tech, we're on a mission to help women of color break into and belong in technology. We believe that a diverse and inclusive tech industry is a more innovative one, and we're committed to doing our part to create a more equitable tech future.

Founded in 2019, Baddies in Tech is a non-profit professional development and networking community for women of color in tech. Our mission is to inspire, empower, and connect Black, Latina, and Native American (BLNA) women in technology. By providing access to the resources, opportunities, and networks they need to build successful careers in technology, our vision is to double the representation of BLNA women in computing roles to 10% by 2030.

We're proud of the work we do and the impact that we're making, and we're always looking for new members to join us on this journey. If you're a woman of color in technology, or you're interested in supporting our mission, we'd love to have you as a part of our community. Together, we can change the face of technology for the better.

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About Identity in our Community

BiT strives to provide a safe space for career advancement to all underrepresented minority women in tech. Cis, trans and non-binary women of color are all welcome to join the community network. Allies are welcome to get involved in the community for the purposes providing and amplifying resources and opportunities towards underrepresented women in tech.