Organization Type: Other Nonprofit
Address: Vancouver, British Columbia
Contact: Patricia Belinski

About Women in Tech

Women in Tech World (WinTech) is a rapidly growing organization with a mission to elevate women in the tech industry. As an industry-agnostic and community-building organization, we work with private companies, nonprofits, and government groups to organize professional development workshops, thought leadership panels, and other initiatives to promote women’s participation and professional success in the tech industry.

In the early 2017 WinTech partnered with Microsoft, Shopify, SFU and dozens of other partners to organize Women in Tech Week, coordinating 22 events in 7 cities in Canada and USA. Our tech scholarships program allocated $50,000 and projecting over $100,000 by the end of the year to women to take courses at BrainStation, Lighthouse Labs, RED Academy and CodeCore.

Inspired by the incredible community support and volunteer energy, Women in Tech World is expanding across Canada and USA. We’re issuing an open call for volunteers to join our team. We’re committed to finding the right fit for everyone aligning your goals, experience and time availability with the right role at WinTech. Drop us a line to  to talk about different options!



To work with local communities nationally and internationally to define and execute actionable steps to increase the number of young women (age 25 to 34) in the technology sector in decision making and engineering roles.


  • To advocate for equal opportunities for women in engineering, management and executive positions in tech.
  • To empower women in their careers through tech training and professional development.
  • To work with all community stakeholders to provide actionable tools and playbooks to support and promote women in tech


  • Community
  • Empowerment
  • Thought Leadership


WinTech’s Volunteer Opportunities

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I interviewed my dad on video in his final weeks. When I asked about his work and finding meaning through helping others, he responded, “I don’t think you can be focused on, ‘Oh gee, I want to make a difference.’ It has to be spontaneous. If it’s not…there’s some kind of egotistical thing going on. That’s a red flag. You hope you impact people on the deepest level you are capable of at the time. Sometimes you hit it, sometimes you don’t. You’re trying. Lisa Shannon, A Thousand Sisters: My Journey into the Worst Place on Earth to Be a Woman

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