The first talk 'On White Privilege' in our ReStructure series was a huge hit. Almost 300 people joined us to listen, learn and act as our incredible panel discussed privilege, intersectionality, systemic racism, pronouncing peoples' names right (no excuses) and much more! Here's a round up of the best tweets (#AntiracistAdas) and homework.
Introducing the Ada’s List ReStructure Series: a rolling series of talks to discuss and proactively work through some of the biggest issues coming out of the events happening right now.
We’re passionate about wearing face masks to help save lives. And we’re also passionate about supporting women-owned businesses. To that end, we are sharing a campaign we love.
We've made it easier for employers to share jobs with our community of 7500+ women/people who identify as such. 👩🏾💻👩🏼💻👩🏿💻
We’re thrilled to announce Bulb as an Ada’s List partner. Bulb is the UK’s biggest green energy company and green energy is a mission we can all get behind. 💚💚
We went out to our membership of over 8000 women globally to ask them about the current and potential impact COVD19 could have on their businesses, careers, and families. Here are our high level recommendations.
Ada’s List is looking for a membership manager who can initiate and launch our membership program during a crucial time for us.
Ada’s List is looking for a hybrid designer to help grow and support the Ada’s List community in member-centric manner and take us to the next level.
The 2019 conference was the most successful one yet! Close to 200 people came out on Saturday, November 9th to hear our big announcements, as well as connect, learn, and plot. Here’s a wrap up in case you missed it.
At Ada's List, we take our members' privacy very seriously. We want to make it as simple as possible for members of our community to adjust their settings or leave us if they so choose.
Whatever we’ve achieved so far has happened on a shoestring with the blood, sweat and tears of volunteers who care about making the tech sector a better place for us all.
In January 2016 we made a big move – from Google groups to our friends over at mobilize.io. The move went relatively smoothly, here's the first message we sent out from our new platform.