Tech is Power. Take it.

Create Your Destiny.

Tech is the most powerful industry in the world. It can help you reach your dreams. It can give your voice the potential to solve diverse problems in our city, our nation and the world.That’s why we’re calling on women tech founders, rising leaders and supporters to join our adventure.

Let’s balance the power of tech while reaching your goals.

We’re storytellers infusing diversity in tech

We’re a women-led, men-supported grassroots effort, showcasing female tech founder stories and lessons. Our Founder STORIES and EVENTS highlight the diversity of those who are challenging the traditional industries with fresh tech-based solutions. We do this to advance today’s leaders, while inspiring and educating future leaders of every industry.

Never in history has there been a better opportunity for women to build and scale solutions that can change — everything.



There’s a story that being written in the 90% male-led tech startup industry…

the most powerful industry in the world. It’s about some unconventional women tech founders who saw the danger in this unbalanced power, and started balancing it. WTF gives you the chance to hear their stories and get involved. Meet the Founders> 

WTF: Changing lives.

Gereltuya Batdemberel

Gereltuya Batdemberel

“I have to say that you changed my life. At one of your Women Tech Founders’ events, I actually found a path to reach my dream. If you did not hold that event, I would not have been who I am today.”

Gereltuya Batdemberel, Agile Developer at I.C Stars |★

WTF provides an opportunity for:

  • Students and aspiring women to connect with women tech founders
  • Women tech founders to connect with investors
  • Investors to connect with innovative women-led startup companies
Katy Ekler-Lynch

Katy Ekler-Lynch

“Hearing the WTFs speak with such strength and passion about their startup journeys coupled with WTF’s desire to authentically diversify tech energized and excited me–it was the last push I needed and I decided to jump in–they gave me hope and energy. Now, I’ve completed the Startup Institute and will be joining the ThinkCERCA EdTech team!”

Katy Erker-Lynch, Community Builder and Relationship Manager

WTF also creates opportunities for young women and men, from challenging environments, to learn from and network with tech leaders in the community.

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