What we’re about
Driven by women, Wāhine Fuelled Tech provides a safe and supportive environment that empowers you to develop your technology skills, your career and your network.
All are welcome, you don't need to identify as female or be currently working in tech to participate. We expect all our members and attendees (including those attending events as members' guests) to be respectful of, and behave appropriately towards, all other participants.
We also have this Wāhine Fuelled Tech calendar, which gives an overview of all sorts of tech- and diversity-related events happening in Wellington. If you have anything to add to the calendar, please message the group organisers.
We are always looking for volunteers, speakers and topics - if you would like to present, host, sponsor or help organise any of our events or activities, please contact the organisers - we'd love to hear from you!
Upcoming events (1)See all
- Happy 2024!Foxglove Bar & Kitchen, Wellington
Happy 2024 everyone!
This is our first social evening for the year - come along for a chat and to meet others working in and/or interested in tech in Wellington.
Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect. Feel free to spread the word across your networks. You can also bring a friend - please indicate in your RSVP.
This is a pay for yourself event.
Wāhine Fuelled Tech is a group for women and non binary folks but all genders are welcome. We prioritise the safety and comfort of marginalised people. We expect all our members and attendees (including those attending events as members' guests) to be respectful of, and behave appropriately towards, all other participants.
- This is an in-person only event
- We may be taking some photos at this event to use on our Meetup page. If you have any questions or concerns about this, please let the organisers know
- You can buy both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at Foxglove. Consumption of alcohol is a personal choice, and there is no expectation that people should drink. Individual attitudes or behaviours should not make non-drinkers uncomfortable. In particular, drinking to excess or pressuring anyone else to drink (including asking someone why they're not drinking) are both actively discouraged.