Women in Tech Summit: Dates, News, Rumors, and Everything Else To Know

Where tech women go to network with and learn from one another

The Women in Tech Summit (WITS) is held biannually, with events in spring and fall each year. It offers women and underrepresented minorities a chance to network and explore new technology trends. The goal is to help these groups advance their careers in technology, whether in writing code or some other tech area.

What Are the Dates for the Women in Tech Summit?

Women in Tech has a variety of both in-person and virtual events planned for 2023.

  • WITS MidAtlantic: March 23-24, Washington, DC
  • WITS Northeast: April 27-28, Philadelphia, PA
  • WITS Midwest: May, Chicago, IL
  • WITS 2023 Virtual: July
  • WITS West: September, Denver, CO
  • WITS Southeast: November 3-4, Raleigh, NC

WITS held a Fall 2022 Virtual Summit on October 20 and 21.

WITS kicked off 2022 with a virtual conference from April 27 through April 29. You can see the list of 2022 speakers and the full WITS schedule on their website.

How To Register To Attend

Anyone interested in technology can attend, as can those who want to connect with women working in tech. You can register for a single event or both, and students can take advantage of discounted pricing.

What Kinds of Topics Are Covered at WITS?

The conference intersperses personal growth topics among hardcore tech topics, which sets it apart from the more traditional industry events that focus solely on tech.

Previous sessions covered cybersecurity, AI in reproductive medicine, data literacy, and algorithmic biases. Women leaders from Amazon Web Services, Roku, Ford Motor Company, Meta, Audible, and Bloomberg are among the speakers.

Speakers included women from all corners of technology, including Mansi Kamdar from Walmart Labs, Helen Horstmann-Allen of Fastmail, and Amy Cliett of TechGirlz.

The Latest News About Women in Technology

While you can always read the latest technology news on Lifewire, here are some pieces of interest involving women in technology.

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