Women in tech and digital are under-represented across both management and teams.
Ada’s List is committed to empowering our members to change their communities and workplaces, to make them work for everyone — irrespective of gender, ethnicity or disability.
We believe small decisions can impact larger change. Radical, systemic change is needed in our industry -
Ada’s List Jobs is open to anyone - individuals, companies and organisations - to post a job to our Channel, reaching our global community of over 7,500 women in tech.
Recruiting with us is a quick, easy and efficient way to ensure your job is seen by the best, most diverse talent in tech.
"The main thing was that it was such an interesting and diverse response from people with experiences and perspectives I would never have normally talked to - so good!"
We organise occasional events and meet-ups, including our annual conference, with the aim to strengthen the connections between our members.
Previous events have included talks, panels, Q&As, career and recruitment events plus book launches and our casual monthly coffee mornings.
See what's happening next and how to attend.
Whether you want to create more inclusive teams, promote your workplace to our community or see your female employees thrive and excel, partnering with Ada’s List is acknowledging and committing to our agenda.
In partnering with like-minded and supportive organisations and allies who believe in our work, we are all taking action to change the tech industry for the better, for everyone.
“2019 was the second year that Spotify has sponsored the annual Ada's List conference and it won't be our last. We've been impressed with Ada's mission, the wide breadth of speaker's topics, and the diversity of women in tech to which the conference appeals.”
Head of Operations, Content Platform at Spotify
Started in London in 2013, Ada’s List started life as an email group - we now have over 7,500 engaged and active members, living and working around the world.
Our team consists of founders and team members working to grow and galvanise our community, organise events, connect with partners and allies and help move our agenda forward.
“Since joining in 2014, I’ve met advisors and mentors that I’m still in contact with, some of whom gave me wise tech advice when I needed it as a non-tech founder. Sharing my ideas with other Adas gave
me the courage to speak, which isn't always easy.”