What we're about

Tech Leading Ladies aims to bridge the gender gap in technical leadership teams across Australia and New Zealand.

This group is for aspiring and current technical leaders who identify as women or non-binary. We believe you can't have a great tech culture without diversity in leadership, and our goal is to ensure women in tech are supported in achieving their full potential.

Our topics focus on either managing your career, or teaching skills to be an awesome leader. We coach and support each other through our obstacles and challenges leading development teams. No matter what stage of your software development career you are in, come and join us, to be empowered or empower others.

Upcoming events (1)

The road to here - strategic decisions and career transitions

Tech Leading Ladies is turning 5! Come along and celebrate this milestone with us 🎉 🥳

What better way to celebrate than to hear from Hannah Browne, an incredible, award-winning woman in tech and long time supporter of TLL!!

Stacking shelves at Bi-Lo in Wodonga is hardly the origin story you would expect of Melbourne's best technology consultancy, Midnyte City. Yet the 25 years between those points was critically spent amassing the skills, experience, confidence, network, allies, resources and bravado to bring this dream into existence.

Join us at Tech Leading Ladies to hear about the road to here from Midnyte City Founder & Managing Director, Hannah Browne. Take-aways will include the hardest-won career lessons, why it's great to get fired, the difference between tactical and strategic career decisions and good advice on finding your next gig.

Agenda (times in Melbourne/AEDT):

  • 5:00pm Networking
  • 5:45pm Welcome & Presentation starts
  • 6:45pm Q&A followed by networking
  • 7:30 pm Close

This will be a HYBRID event. Zoom link provided 1 hour before the event

In person attendees - Contact organisers on Meetup or the community Slack (preferred) if you need access to the venue after the event starts.

Past events (48)

Getting started as a conference speaker

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