“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
"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."
“Ada’s List is a useful and empowering network. A way to connect with women you can support and get support from, and also to broaden your professional knowledge through hearing of the amazing work members are doing.
Somewhere to learn from, and meet inspiring and eminent women at the forefront of innovation, diversity and inclusion — a great window into the future of tech."
Founder, We and AI
“I gave a talk at Social Media Week and watched Emma Watson speak at the United Nations, both of which were direct results of Ada’s List hookups.
Not only does the Ada’s community offer directly useful links, there are also leg ups and some wonderful and uplifting distractions.”
Founder of Patchwork, Chair of Sharing Economy UK
“As a network of informed, forward-looking women who provide an exceptional resource, Ada’s List is a supportive environment for those involved in a wide range of tech-related roles, from early entry to highly experienced... I've found useful connections and been able to offer help and support to members.”
Professional Trainer & Coach, Lola Media
“Within a couple of days of joining Ada’s List, I found two freelance writing clients who have been my best-paying clients so far. These members gave me a chance to work with them when I was starting out, giving me the confidence boost needed to quit my full-time job and successfully launch my freelance writing business Away With Words.”