Women In Linux is a dynamic group who celebrate Linux centric women in technology, exposing women to other tech careers using the foundation of Linux and a viable resource for obtaining and sustaining a thriving career in tech.
Women in Linux mission is to address actionable solutions to bridge the gaps in tech diversity initiatives.
EXPOSE: Expose women to Linux focused careers
INSTRUCT: Creating and combining lanes that already exist
FOLLOW UP: Continuous monitoring
BRIDGE: The financial gap of learning and income
How Did we Form and Why?
Women in Linux was formed based on being in the field for 16 years and seeing no one else that looked like me. I have attended many conferences and most of the time I see women doing marketing, human resources, and sales. There isn’t anything wrong with those roles but that isn’t all we can do. So I set out to change that. I dare to change the norm and introduce a path that helps drive and guide women to a new norm. Tameika Reed, Founder
Tameika Reed, Founder
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