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Being Nonbinary in Women-in-Tech Spaces: A Panel Discussion

People who identify as nonbinary (that is, neither male nor female) often find themselves in an awkward position when it comes to the diversity-in-tech issue. On one hand, they inhabit a marginalized gender identity in a field dominated by men; on the other, they are by definition (if not always by intent) excluded from spaces for women.

Where do nonbinary people in tech belong? Are women-in-tech spaces even aware that they exist? Can a women-in-tech space be welcoming to nonbinary people, and how? What are some common pitfalls of spaces that unintentionally tell nonbinary people they aren't welcome (or don't exist!)?

A panel of nonbinary people in tech will share their experiences navigating the nebulous world of women-in-tech, answer audience questions, and offer perspectives on making gender diversity initiatives more inclusive.

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  • Lindsey

    Awesome panel, thanks so much!

    2 · October 11

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