Any woman or nonbinary person interested in technology, studying technology or working in technology is welcome at ALL of our events.

Men are welcome at most of our events, but not all; occasionally, we host events that are specifically for women and nonbinary folks. (See individual event descriptions for details.) Unsure if it's appropriate for you to attend? Shoot us an email at and double-check (we're very nice ❤️).

Whenever possible, our events are hybrid (both in-person and accessible via Zoom).

Coming Events

7th Annual Palentine's Day Celebration!

Sunday, Feb. 05

What's Palentine's Day? It's a slightly updated version of Galentine's Day ([](, which was created by Amy Poehler's character Leslie Knope on the TV show "Parks and Recreation", and it's a day to celebrate the...

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VIRTUAL: Level Up Your Resume and LinkedIn Profile!

Saturday, Feb. 11

By popular demand, we're hosting the fourth edition of this professional development opportunity. Get those profiles and resumes ready! A huge shout-out to our volunteer reviewers: * Lydia Lightfoot, Carex Consulting Group* Stefani Reed, Carex Consulting Group* Wendi Reuter, Carex Consulting Grou...

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Recent Past Events

7th Annual Holiday Social!

Friday, Dec. 16

Join us for our 7th Annual Holiday Social! Dress however makes you feel festive, and let's share a drink (N/A or boozy both available!) and socialize as we head into the winter season. All genders are welcome at this event; feel free to bring friends, coworkers or partners! We'll provide light sn...

SOCIAL: Nerd Nite Madison!

Wednesday, Nov. 30

Join us for another edition of Nerd Nite Madison! This fun, free event features three different community members giving short presentations on "nerdy" topics they're passionate about. *This is not an event that Madison Women in Tech is hosting, but one that we're attending together as a group.* ...

HYBRID: "Lightning Talks Workshop"

Wednesday, Nov. 16

*NOTE: This event will be both in-person AND online via zoom, to support the convenience and comfort of all of our members. In-person folks are welcome to mask or not mask as they prefer.* Have you ever thought about giving a technical talk but were too nervous to follow through? Are you interest...