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2021 Annual Member Report

The study conceptualizes, measures, and tracks the disconnect between Latinas’ preparedness and their diminutive representation in leadership and decision-making positions. In addition to celebrating our community, our Member Report also highlights expansion projects and other positive news from the past year. 

Latinas in Tech

The largest network of Latina women working across the technology sector

Empowering and connecting Latinas since 2014

We are a non-profit organization with the aim to connect, support, and empower Latina women working in tech. We work hand in hand with top technology companies to create safe spaces for learning, mentorship and recruitment.

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Ignite Your Authentic Brand with Katty Lopez De Gull

September 27 @ 6:00 pm EDT

Join Latinas in Tech NYC and Katty López de Gull, a Certified Personal Brand Image Strategist and Confidence Igniter, to explore authenticity. We will learn how to revamp your brand to gain visibility, stand out, and amplify your voice. 

Hispanic Heritage Month – Celebrating Latina IT Leadership

September 28 @ 6:00 pm PDT

Latinas in Tech Sacramento Chapter is excited to announce our first in-person event of the year on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, in partnership with Accenture! Come and celebrate our local Latina IT Leaders for Hispanic Heritage Month. We want to show the community our presence and the opportunity to hear what members are looking forward to gaining from the organization. This will be a great networking opportunity and a chance to ask questions if you’re interested in transitioning into the…

Get the Support you Need When you Need it

September 28 @ 6:00 pm PDT

Join the Latinas in Tech Silicon Valley chapter and Landit on Wednesday, September 28th at 6pm PT to learn about mentorship, coaching, and sponsorship, and the role they play in your career. Come learn from Lisa Skeete Tatum, Founder & CEO, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and visionary, on how to leverage these resources. The event will take place via Zoom: webinar style.

¡Sí tu puedes! A Bright Future in Big Data with Splunk

September 29 @ 3:00 pm PDT

Join us on Sep 29 for a panel discussion brought to you by our partners at Splunk, as they share their stories and journey into a career in Tech. The Splunkers will share important insights about what it means to have a position in the technology field when one may or may not have technical skills. Other topics that will be covered in this session include: Transferable skills to start a career in Tech Resume and Interview preparation tips Salary…

In-Person Networking Reception Hosted by Amazon

September 29 @ 6:00 pm PDT

Join your Latinas in Tech Seattle chapter for an in-person networking reception hosted by Amazon. Meet members of Latinos@ Amazon and connect with other Amazonians to learn more about Amazon culture and available opportunities. Amazon leaders will share their thoughts on the importance of networking and you will have opportunities to meet potential mentors! Hors d'oeuvre buffet and drinks provided. Space is limited. Pre-registration required by 9/24/2022. Save your spot now! We hope to see you there!

Championing Your Technical Growth, Career Progression & Mentorship

October 1 @ 11:00 am CDT

Hello and happy Friday Chicagoland Latinas in Tech, The Chicago Chapter of Latinas in Tech is excited to announce an event for Aspiring Technical Leaders within our community.Latinas in Tech is thrilled to partner with McMaster-Carr for a unique brunch experience alongside Society of Women Engineers at Forbidden Root on Saturday, October 1st. Interested in connecting with talented women technologists in Chicago to learn and share about career progression and opportunities in software development? Join McMaster-Carr as we host a…

Owning your Heritage as an Executive Leader: Fireside Chat Cesar Cernuda, President at NetApp & Maria Murillo, VP of Finance

October 5 @ 9:30 am PDT

Making a successful career is not something that happens overnight. Nevertheless, reaching a point where you possess a successful career is not difficult, but still, it requires you to have a clear target in your head. Join us for an exclusive Fireside Chat conversation with Cesar Cernuda, President at NetApp & Maria Murillo, VP of Finance at NetApp, as they discuss their prosperous career journey, understanding how partnering with allies while understanding how through their heritage and upbringing has provided…

Learning from Latinas Thriving in Senior-Level Tech Roles

October 13 @ 6:00 pm EDT

Only two Latinas have been CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Why do so few Hispanic women make it to the top? We won't claim to have all the answers, but given the tech space can be an extra challenging one, we wanted to host you at Deloitte (Miami office) for a conversation on Women in Leadership. A chance to hear from fellow Latina leaders in competitive tech spaces share what has and hasn't helped them along the way. What you can…

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Hispanic Values that Intuit and Drea Rodriguez Miller have in common

Andrea Rodriguez Miller, Customer Success Leader at Intuit talked with us about her 22 years at Intuit, the advantages of being a multiethnic woman and how she connects some hispanic values with the Intuit culture. Those values have helped her understand the unique...

Breaking the Latinas Status Quo to build your career

We talked with Rebeca Soto, Director of Product Operations at Motive. She talked about her role, her career and the challenge of being a Latina in tech.  For her, in latin culture, raising questions or asking for help can be seen as a sign of weakness. She invites us...

Encouraging Collaboration in Your Business

A business runs most efficiently when all its pieces operate smoothly together. Building a culture of collaboration within your company is good for everyone involved. Latinas in Tech explains that projects are completed in a more timely manner, and employees, in...

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