About the Out In Tech community
Out In Tech is an online community for Technologists and LGBTQIA+ with roughly 40K members. It has has a live chat communication style.
In their own words
Out in Tech is the world’s largest non-profit community of LGBTQ+ tech leaders. We create opportunities for our 40,000 members to advance their careers, grow their networks, and leverage tech for social change.
This community has a realtime chat
This community sets up 1:1 pairing between its members
This community hosts offline events and meetups
This community has an email newsletter of related content
This community has a job board or provides career networking opportunities
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