Latinas in Tech has released their latest LiT Report. This research was conducted between November 2019 and February 2020 amongst members and participants of Latinas in Tech events.
Thanks to these the learnings, we are able to curate meetups and webinar topics that are of most interest to our audience. Through their answers, we are also able to detect problems that prevent our members from growing and gives us the information we need to develop training and workshop curriculums.
The information of our members is our top priority, therefore we only share the aggregated data through this report and we do not share individual information.
This information is shared with Tech companies so that they are aware of the areas that we need to work on.
People that have attended Latinas in Tech events since 2014
Although our group is composed of mostly Latinas in Tech, 11% of survey respondents are Allies – meaning they do not identify as a Latina in Tech but care about our mission. They can be partners, colleagues, mentors, employers, etc. 86% of allies are of Latin origin.
Our member base is distributed across 11 chapters
Most of our members are located in the USA (92%), but we have members located in 21 countries in North, Central, and South America as well as Europe and Asia.
LiT members represent 21 countries of origin, with 57% identifying Mexico or the United States as their country of origin.
Of the members who are residents of the US, 52% are second or third+ generation.
95% of our LiT members speak more than one language ﬂuently. This gives our members a competitive advantage.
The LiT member-base has a wide age distribution with 57% of respondents between the ages of 27 and 37. 6% of our members are 50+.
Latinas in Tech are of a very diverse background, but our diversity still lacks representation from our sub-groups. The representation of Asian-Hispanic and Afro-Hispanic makes up to 2.5% combined. And non-Hispanic are 1.8%
Our community welcomes members from the LGBTQ+ community. They represent 15% of our member base.
The distribution of work experience portrays a clear opportunity for increasing a diverse Senior pipeline.
Field of Work
Type of Employment
Employee Resource Groups
1ERG’s provide a safe environment for minorities to develop and propose programs to advance their growth and the one of their community.
62% do not belong to an ERG group.
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