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.
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.
We create relevant, meaningful volunteer opportunities for our members to use their skills to support organizations working in our policy areas.
We're Looking For An Intern
The Program Intern will report to the Director of Programs and will assist with event and program support. At TechEquity, we engage with members online via social media, original written content and Slack; and offline via regular events that focus on bringing action-oriented people together to drive equity in our community.
Our Housing Priorities for 2018In December our housing committee met to discuss our advocacy priorities for 2018. We also were joined by State Senator Scott Wiener who gave us a rundown of the housing package that passed in the last legislative cycle and previewed some work he thinks is important to shore up — and advance — that progress in 2018.
2017: (Our First) Year in Review
Wow, our first year is in the books. As the co-founder and Executive Director of TechEquity, I feel extremely humbled by the work our members have done to build a tech-driven economy in the Bay Area that works for everyone. As we wrap up the year and start looking forward to doing big things in 2018…