AD15 Candidate Housing Forum

On January 24th, join is partnership with East Bay for Everyone for a housing policy panel and debate with your candidates for State Assembly District 15.




If we want more diversity in our workforce, we have to make sure everyone can afford to live here.

We are organizing the tech community to advocate for a tech-driven economy in the Bay Area that works for everyone. We believe the tech industry can and should generate widespread opportunity instead of inequality and displacement.

Get Involved


We are partnering with issue advocacy organizations with expertise in our policy areas. We organize campaigns to advance equitability goals.


We hold informational events that raise awareness about aspects of our policy areas and social events that builds relationships between Tech and the rest of the community.

Volunteer Opportunities 

We create relevant, meaningful volunteer opportunities for our members to use their skills to support organizations working in our policy areas.

News & Notes

TechEquity Featured by CNBC

“The rise of the creative class in San Francisco, Oakland and the surrounding areas has long been a point of contention for members of the local community, many of whom have watched as property values skyrocketed, making their neighborhoods unaffordable…”

Showing Up Matters: what we learned from our first campaign

“Last month we ran our first campaign, to encourage the City of Oakland to include $5m in its budget over the next two years to fund anti-displacement and homelessness prevention services. While we …”

Member Profile: Alex Lofton

“Alex is the Head of Growth at Landed, the SF-based company he cofounded in 2015 to help essential community members, like teachers, access homeownership closer to where they work. In a past life, Alex was a celebrated campaign organizer for President Obama…”