Calling all trailblazers of non-corporate community initiatives: Here’s your golden opportunity to gain recognition for your groundbreaking projects that have paved the way for women in tech.


Nominations are now open.

Competition Overview

The Women in Tech Community Initiative of the Year (Non-Corporate) award celebrates non-corporate projects and initiatives that have made a significant impact in supporting and empowering women in the technology sector. This award shines a spotlight on the innovative approaches, creativity, and commitment demonstrated by these initiatives in championing diversity and inclusion.

A panel of tech community leaders and industry professionals will evaluate the initiatives. The winner will be selected based on innovation, impact, and the empowering effect the initiative has had on women in the tech community.

How does it work?

  • Complete the application form, detailing the objectives, achievements, and impact of your non-corporate community initiative.
  • Applications will be reviewed by a jury comprised of community leaders and tech industry professionals.
  • The winning initiative will be announced and celebrated at our Global Awards ceremony featuring the Women in Tech Community Initiative of the Year (Non-Corporate) award.

Who is it for?

  • Movers and shakers who have taken the road less traveled, and launched non-corporate initiatives that uplift women in tech.
  • Those who believe in the power of community and have turned that belief into action, whether through mentorship programs, workshops, networking events, or other creative avenues.
  • Initiatives that have the spark to ignite change and build bridges for women in the tech world.

Interested in applying?

Is your initiative the beacon that guides and empowers women in tech? Don’t let your hard work go unnoticed! Begin your application process today and let’s put your game-changing initiative on the pedestal it deserves.

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