Events

We organise events with the aim of bringing our members and allies together, to connect, conspire and collaborate.

Ranging from our annual conference to recruitment events, networking opportunities, book launches and partnering with like-minded organisations to talk about the issues affecting women in tech.

Our events are consistently praised for their inclusive and empowering content, including topics around sexism and racism in tech, tactics on creating more diverse teams and hearing from women leaders about their career and pathways into tech.  

Our ReStructure series

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. Read more.

Rethinking the role of government in a COVID and post-COVID world

coming soon...

*POSTPONED* Life Right Now: Working from home in a pandemic

Details to be confirmed...

On White Privilege:
Watch the highlights


Upcoming events

Ada's List Conf 2020

October 14, 2020 15:00

Our annual Conf is back, ready to scale our members' impact, and bolder than ever. Join us from 3-7pm (UK time) on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 October. Full line-up to be announced.

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Past events

How To Be A Change-Maker

September 17, 2020

part of ReStructure event series

In partnership with Niantic and YSYS we're so proud to bring you "How to Become a Change Maker" - being held online on Thursday 17 September 6.30pm BST / 1.30pm ET / 10.30am PT. For this event, we'll be in conversation with change-makers with very different experiences of, and relationships, to driving progress.

Read our blog on the event
How to Succeed at Remote Game Development

July 16, 2020

part of ReStructure event series

We're partnering with Niantic Labs and Women in Games for the next event in the Niantic Office Hours series: How to Succeed at Remote Game Development.

Read our blog on the event
On White Privilege

July 2, 2020

part of ReStructure event series

On 2nd July 2020 we hosted the first talk 'On White Privilege' in our ReStructure series. Almost 300 people joined our incredible panel to listen, learn and act.

Read our blog on the eventWatch the highlights here
How do we make the emerging FinTech industry more inclusive and diverse?

June 27, 2019

part of ReStructure event series

Last week, Ada’s List hosted a breakfast with Rise London on the topic of how to increase female representation in financial technology, and how to make the industry more diverse and inclusive. The group didn’t mince words, and we had an honest and frank discussion.

Read our blog on the event
Ada's List & Nevertheless Live with Jyoti Chopra and Tracy Chou

November 1, 2018

part of ReStructure event series

In November 2018, Ada's List had the pleasure of hosting an evening with Jyoti Chopra, SVP Diversity & Inclusion at Pearson, and Tracy Chou, co-founder of Project Include, along with Nevertheless and Pearson (this was released as an episode of the Nevertheless podcast late last year).

Read our blog on the eventListen to the discussion here
Ada's List & Propel talk women in tech salaries

July 27, 2017

part of ReStructure event series

On 27th July 2016, Ada's List and Propel held an exclusive breakfast at the Club at the Ivy in London to talk women in tech salaries, employee wellbeing and more

Read our blog on the event
Talent + Gender + Ethnicity – Where are the Women of Colour in Tech?

July 18, 2016

part of ReStructure event series

during London Technology Week, Ada’s List was proud to organise a panel discussion on a topic close to our hearts: how to increase the number of people of colour (especially women) in the technology industry.

Read our blog on the event
“A badass bunch of women”: FutureGov + Ada’s List Bring Government Reformers Together

June 23, 2015

part of ReStructure event series

FutureGov was honoured to host Ada’s List as they convened a first-of-its-kind event: a chat with some of the most amazing government reformers and doers around.

Read our blog on the event