Whether you are a woman wanting to network with other moms or business women or those of your culture, we have links to women’s organizations for you!
A volunteer-based, nonprofit organization that provides business attire and job counseling to economically disadvantaged women to help them gain and retain employment, advance their careers and improve family stability.
Commission on the Status of Women
The official body to which the County Board of Supervisors will refer for study and recommendation on matters relating to discrimination against women on the grounds of sex. The Commission can also recommend programs, policies, and legislation to promote and insure equal rights and opportunities for all women.
Elephant in the Valley
The inspiration for this survey came out of the incredible conversation from the Ellen Pao & KPCB trial. What we realized is that while many women shared similar workplace stories, most men were simply shocked and unaware of the issues facing women in the workplace.
Girl Geeks and Boy Kings
Women workers at Facebook, the customer service buffer between programmers and users, were charged with the social upkeep of this safe space.
The Male Geek Is Not the Only Image of Success in the Tech World
But the truth is that it was a woman named Sheryl Sandberg who transformed Facebook from a hugely popular website into an extremely profitable company.
Silicon Valley superwoman ‘myth’ examined
The lives of successful female executives run counter to the myth that women can have it all: a high-powered professional career, loving family, and satisfying personal relationship — if only they learn how to properly organize their time, according to a new book coauthored by UC Santa Cruz lecturer Peggy Downes Baskin.
Why Is Silicon Valley So Awful to Women?
Tech companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to improve conditions for female employees. Here’s why not much has changed—and what might actually work.
9 to 5 Bay Area
Working women’s issues and support. Job survival hotline: 1-800-522-0925.
American Business Women’s Association
Opportunities for women in business to grow personally and professionally.
Business Women of Silicon Valley
We are business women supporting business women no matter your role, profession or industry. We develop strong business friendships and help each other on purpose. We are a sisterhood of business friends.
Career Women – Silicon Valley Career Moms Organization
We help career women in the male dominated industries to elevate their competency and achieve personal success.
The CLUB is a leadership incubator for San Francisco Bay Area women who want to accelerate their careers. Meets monthly in Santana Row, San Jose.
CREW Silicon Valley
A networking group for women working in the Silicon Valley commercial real estate marketplace.
Girl Geek X
In 2008, Angie Chang brought Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners to the San Francisco Bay Area, and Sukrutha Bhadouria joined her in 2011 to help organize more events. To celebrate our 10-year anniversary, we rebranded as Girl Geek X!
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Silicon Valley
We provide monthly events including some with educational speakers, some focused strictly on networking, and others which celebrate our local women business owners at venues and companies located in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Network with Professional Women in Silicon Valley
Looking for a group of like-minded women committed to investing in you and your career?
The Silicon Valley Organization
Women Engaged! is a series of salon-style conversations on topics of social urgency that may be of particular interest to women. Programs are held in private homes and include wine, coffee and dessert.
Silicon Valley Women in Human Resources…and Friends
A group of a Human Resources professionals interested in growth and development in our field. Our events began with 14 women in January 1997 and has grown to over 2,000 people.
Women of Silicon Valley
Modeled after Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York,” Women of Silicon Valley is an intersectional feminist photo series that celebrates resilient womxn and genderqueer technologists. “If you can’t see it you can’t be it,” so we’ve made it our mission to increase the visibility of historically underrepresented people in tech.
33 Badass Black Womxn in Tech
We’re celebrating Black History Month by sharing the stories of 33 powerful & resilient Black womxn in tech.
Indian Business & Professional Women (IBPW)
A non-profit support network for business and professional women that promotes education, leadership and self-development through seminars and workshops. Seminars are open to women and men of Indian and non-Indian origin.
Vietnamese American Professional Women Association of Silicon Valley
VAPW strives to outreach, educate, prepare and engage Vietnamese American professional women in areas of leadership and development, to provide a network of support and promote the professional growth of its members, to mentor and encourage youths in the community to enter professional careers, and to encourage community responsibility and participation.