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Interested in learning more about all of our membership levels or looking for more detailed information on NY Tech Alliance? Head over to our full website at www.nytech.org (http://nytech.org)

Contact Information

Full website: www.nytech.org (http://nytech.org)

Twitter: @nytm and @nytechalliance

General Email: support@nytech.org

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If you witness inappropriate commentary or behavior on the mailing list or discussion forum, please report it to us as soon as possible to us at support@nytech.org (support@nytm.org)

About NY Tech Meetup

Founded in 2004, NY Tech Meetup is the largest meetup group in the world. It is run by NY Tech Alliance, a non-profit organization formed by the merger of NY Tech Meetup (the non-profit) and New York Tech Council in 2016.

Each month, our monthly meetup is held at different venues across New York City, and features live demos from New York tech companies, followed by an after party.

About NY Tech Alliance

The mission of the NY Tech Alliance is to represent, inspire, support, and help lead the New York technology community and ecosystem to create a better future for all. Founded in 2016 with the merger of NY Tech Meetup and the New York Technology Council, the organization has over 60,000 individual and institutional members, reflecting the full spectrum of the greater New York area tech community and making it the largest tech organization in the region. Led by Executive Director Andy Saldaña with Acting Chair Thatcher Bell, the NY Tech Alliance continues the work of its predecessor organizations, hosts a monthly Meetup as well as educational and social events, and continues to focus programming and advocacy efforts on issues important to the technology sector and New York.

Upcoming events (2)

NY Tech Latinas - Latina Luminaries Fireside Chat

Online event

NY Tech Alliance invites you to take part in a new initiative being launched by our board member, Yvonne De La Pena: NY Tech Latinas, a program aimed at highlighting the incredible work that Latinas are doing in the NYC Tech ecosystem! NY Tech Latina's first program is Latina Luminaries, a bi-monthly fireside chat featuring Latina leaders and executives doing amazing work in the Tech ecosystem. The series will be hosted on NY Tech Meetup's Instagram Live feed and moderated by Yvonne! This edition's guest speaker will be Cynthia Medina Carson, Founder and CEO of WAGER, an organization focused on salary transparency in the workplace. To join the fireside chat, follow NY Tech Alliance on Instagram at @nytechmeetup and tune into IG Live at 1pm on July 14th! About Cynthia Medina Carson (@wewager - Instagram) Cynthia is a Salary Transparency Maven, Career Coach and Recruitment Expert. Cynthia started Wager because she saw firsthand how the lack of salary information created information barriers and anxiety in the workplace. Professionals and executives kept asking the same question, “Who can I ask about salaries?” Wager’s mission is to create and advocate for information transparency in the workplace. Prior to her move into the talent field, Cynthia worked as an international relations and policy expert for the Department of Treasury, Homeland Security and JP Morgan, and served in Peace Corps, Nicaragua. Cynthia is also the Founder of the Cheeky Monkey Club, a networking group for women who hate to network, is a Board member of her hometown’s Girls Inc., and hosts a makerspace in her basement studio. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. About Yvonne De La Peña (@LatinxPrincesa - Instagram) Yvonne is passionate about creating educational opportunities to encourage youth from under-represented groups to become designers and inventors with technology. She graduated with a B.S. in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin and her own experience as a Latina in computing motivated her to pursue a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. Yvonne has over 10 years experience developing and launching educational programs and digital products in both the for-profit and non-profit space. She is currently the Director of BridgeUP: STEM at the American Museum of Natural History. BridgeUP: STEM is AMNH’s newest education program for young women, focused on the intersection of computer science and scientific research, and is generously funded by the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust and the Pussycat Foundation. Follow Us On Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/nytechmeetup/

NY Tech Latinas - Latina Luminaries Fireside Chat

Online event

NY Tech Alliance invites you to take part in a new initiative being launched by our board member, Yvonne De La Pena: NY Tech Latinas, a program aimed at highlighting the incredible work that Latinas are doing in the NYC Tech ecosystem! NY Tech Latina's first program is Latina Luminaries, a bi-monthly fireside chat featuring Latina leaders and executives doing amazing work in the Tech ecosystem. The series will be hosted on NY Tech Meetup's Instagram Live feed and moderated by Yvonne! This edition's guest speaker will be Cynthia Medina Carson, Founder and CEO of WAGER, an organization focused on salary transparency in the workplace. To join the fireside chat, follow NY Tech Alliance on Instagram at @nytechmeetup and tune into IG Live at 1pm on July 14th! About Cynthia Medina Carson (@wewager - Instagram) Cynthia is a Salary Transparency Maven, Career Coach and Recruitment Expert. Cynthia started Wager because she saw firsthand how the lack of salary information created information barriers and anxiety in the workplace. Professionals and executives kept asking the same question, “Who can I ask about salaries?” Wager’s mission is to create and advocate for information transparency in the workplace. Prior to her move into the talent field, Cynthia worked as an international relations and policy expert for the Department of Treasury, Homeland Security and JP Morgan, and served in Peace Corps, Nicaragua. Cynthia is also the Founder of the Cheeky Monkey Club, a networking group for women who hate to network, is a Board member of her hometown’s Girls Inc., and hosts a makerspace in her basement studio. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. About Yvonne De La Peña (@LatinxPrincesa - Instagram) Yvonne is passionate about creating educational opportunities to encourage youth from under-represented groups to become designers and inventors with technology. She graduated with a B.S. in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin and her own experience as a Latina in computing motivated her to pursue a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. Yvonne has over 10 years experience developing and launching educational programs and digital products in both the for-profit and non-profit space. She is currently the Director of BridgeUP: STEM at the American Museum of Natural History. BridgeUP: STEM is AMNH’s newest education program for young women, focused on the intersection of computer science and scientific research, and is generously funded by the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust and the Pussycat Foundation. Follow Us On Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/nytechmeetup/

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