Baddies in Tech is a community for black and brown women pursuing a tech career. With over 10K members, it's a space to find support, learning resources, and opportunities to grow in the industry.

They host monthly events, and annual hackathons to include women from 8+ countries. Weter if you already have some experience in the field or you are just starting, the community will help you kickstart your journey as a tech professional.

You can join them for free to access their job board and events.

Although the platform is open and free, there is a Founding Membership for those looking to advance their careers even further. This membership costs $19 monthly or $120 yearly and includes premium resources and access to a private Discord server.

Once in there, you will find exclusive workshops, events, and networking opportunities. In addition, members stay accountable and co-work to support each other. Lastly, founding membership includes access to discounts and perks.

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  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2019
  • Founders:

    Allie Tsahey

  • Amount of members: 10,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Join a community for black/brown women in tech:
Working in this industry is challenging, but these women built a space where you can go for support and guidance. Baddies in Tech is an inclusive community looking to connect professionals and facilitate learning opportunities to help them thrive.

Founding Members gain access to a private Discord server, where you can stay in touch with fellows in a supportive environment. They stay accountable, set goals, and encourage each other to accomplish even their most ambitious goals.

Attend industry events:
With your free membership, you gain access to virtual events. They host networking sessions, summits, marathons, and more.

Job opportunities:
They have a curated job board where you can find freelance, part-time and full-time jobs.

Learn with free resources:
Inside the platform, they have a resources hub where you can explore how to set the foundations for a tech career. There are several guides categorized by industry for you to grow as a tech professional, even if you're just starting.

  • Monthly Cost
  • Yearly Cost

Included in Free Version

You can access the events, resources, and job board as a free member.


No requirements.



Members join in networking events and meetings. You can participate with your free membership, and stay in touch with inspiring women.

Besides, Founding Members have access to exclusive events and networking channels.

Learning Events

They host workshops and virtual events to work together. As a Founding Member, you will have access to exclusive hands-on workshops to improve your work and refine your skills.

In addition, the Discord server has events channels where you can stay in touch with attendees during these meetings.

Networking Events

The community has a private Discord server for Founding Members. Inside, there are plenty of networking channels, along with spaces to set goals and stay accountable.

You can leverage these spaces to meet other members, discuss your thoughts, and make new friends. But also, it's a powerful resource to build meaningful relationships with professionals working in complementary industries.

Additionally, there are mentorship channels to find help and feedback to take your career to the next level.

Content Library

Inside the resources section, they offer a career starting pack. These guides are great roadmaps for people who are just starting to build a tech career. You can leverage this resource to learn the foundations of the field you're interested in, and discover from where to start learning.


The Baddies in Tech community helps black and brown women with free resources and guidance on how to build a tech career. Besides, they facilitate job opportunities with companies that target members' profiles.


"Becoming a Member of Baddies in Tech was the best thing that happened to me last year. Coming from a non-technical background I started out with zero direction but thanks to this amazing community, I not only received resources and advice from fellow Baddies but also a full ride scholarship to study Web Development with one of BiT’s partner institutions. I’m so happy because in a few months I’ll fulfill my dream of becoming a Web Developer!" -Wilhelmina Tetteh

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