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Brand guideline

Our brand guideline will help you use our logo in the right way.

Logos

Download our folder of logos, where you will find the RGB versions for screens in pdf, svg and png; and the CMYK versions for printing, also in pdf and eps.

LiT Pictures

Visit our folder of pictures and download the ones you need - Media purpose only

About Latinas in Tech

Latinas in Tech is a non-profit with humble origins. What started as two friends in need of career support is now a global community of almost 20,000 Latinx women 

Our group began in Silicon Valley in 2014 and has since then expanded to 20 additional cities with a local footprint around the world.

Our mission is ambitious, just like our members: we seek to reshape the tech industry so that Latinx women are not only well-represented but also thriving in the ecosystem.

For more information or to donate to our non-profit, please visit www.latinasintech.org.

Thought Leader

Rocío Medina van Nierop

Co-Founder

TED Mexico City (Spanish with english closed caption)

After working in the Tech industry for 15 years and Cofounded Latinas in Tech, Rocio left her Tech job to dedicate all her energy to her full-time passion, Latinas in Tech, a non-profit organization with the mission to connect, support, and empower Latina women working in technology and a vision to achieve fair representation in leadership positions. The organization comprises more than 25,000 women working at more than 100 of the top technology companies across multiple counties and continents.

Rocio is an activist and public speaker who advocates for tech diversity and inclusion while lifting our underrepresented minorities.

As the fearless leader of LiT, she works tirelessly to change the system from within, working with Latinas and Allies to create fair and inclusive environments. Additionally, Rocio works with lawmakers at the city, state, and federal levels to help change the system from outside of the tech ecosystem.

Rocio is named one of the top 100 most influential Latinas in the United States by Latino Leaders Magazin and has been awarded the Rise & Raise Award by the United Nations Women and the Tech Diversity and Inclusion Award by the Mexican Government.

If you need any other brand asset or further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at press@latinasintech.org