Join us for "Fierce and Fighting Back: A Night of Empowerment," an event designed to bring our community together in the face of adversity. With women's rights of many kinds under attack at the moment, it's more important than ever that we have safe spaces where we can share our experiences, learn from one another and lean on each other.
We’ll hear from a range of speakers who offer their insight and experience into how they have taken action to fight back, and how you can empower yourself with the tech industry.
Presented by Triangirls: Not your average women in tech event. This event is open to all women and non-binary people working in Design & Tech.
What to expect
🥂 Once you arrive you can help yourself to drinks and food.
🎤 Once everyone has arrived, we'll introduce our wonderful sponsor, Bumble, who has allowed us to run this event
💬 We'll have a panel discussion, where we'll talk through our topic and answer your questions
🙌🏻 Please join us early as we will be allowing entry on a first-come, first-serve basis. This will be a very special evening and one not to be missed!
👯♀️ We encourage you to bring a friend!
We're currently looking for panellists for this event! If you're interested in taking part please get in touch
The panel will be led by Katrina Dargel, one of the Triangirls organisers and Freelance Product Designer.
Who are Bumble?
This event is brought to you by our sponsors, Bumble Inc. Bumble, known for its women-centered dating app, aims to foster healthy and equitable relationships through its various platforms.
Who are Triangirls?
A friendly community for women and non-binary folks working in tech. Our aim is to make Tech a more fair industry. You can find out what we get up to in our monthly newsletter, and view photos from our previous events on our website.
This event will be hosted in Bumble London HQ, 2 Sheraton St, London W1F 8BH
Triangirls Code of Conduct
While participating in the Triangirls community both online and offline, you are required to follow this code of conduct.
Triangirls is a safe space and supportive community that provides mentorship and empowerment for women and non-binary people working in design.
Our meetings are inclusive and supportive spaces for all women (trans, intersex and cis) and all nonbinary, agender and gender variant people. Self-definition is at the sole discretion of that individual.
As Triangirls is run by volunteers, and we rely on our community to help ensure we have a welcoming, open, diverse and safe environment.
We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, educational level, age, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability.
If you have any queries regarding our gender inclusion policy, please don’t hesitate to contact the organisers.