Women in Agile is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and collective effort to recruit, network, promote, and support the work of outstanding women in the agile community through blogging, speaking at events, and building a network surrounded by people of all genders.
We believe diverse connections lead to diverse solutions. Together, we can change the future of the workplace.
The Women in Agile community drives toward equality and inclusion of diverse representation, expertise, and involvement in the agile community.
We value the representation of diverse ideas and perspectives within the agile community, and believe everyone is better off when more ideas are openly shared.
- Enable diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
- Be a source of connecting others at the local and global level.
- Learn from others and share your knowledge freely.
How We Serve
WOMEN IN AGILE PROMISE
Build Personal Empowerment — Surround Yourself With Growth-minded People — Change The Status Quo
Scholarships increase accessibility to training/conferences, and promote professional growth in instances where there are financial barriers. (Program development in progress)
NEWS! Ten Scholarship award winners were announced for the recent application period.
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We believe that diverse connections lead to diverse solutions. Be a part of the change you want to see and help to achieve our mission of inclusiveness!
Donation support funds our various programs and efforts to recruit, network, promote, and support the work of outstanding women in the agile community.
The generous support of the organizations who contribute time, space, and money allows Women in Agile to achieve significantly higher impact through our programs and outreach.
In May of 2010, Lyssa Adkins released the book Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in TransitionTeam to the world. Since then, Lyssa has established herself as one of the most respected and followed female stalwarts in our industry. She was there at Scrum Gathering 2013 in Las Vegas…
WIA EVENTS REPORTS
By Natalie Warnert Looking back on the five years of the Women in Agile (social movement turned nonprofit) partnership with the Agile Alliance is a wild ride. Starting out with our first event in 2016 in Atlanta, we had no idea that the event would triple in size in two years and continuously sell out…
The Women in Agile podcast series in support of the growing movement to amplify the work of outstanding women in the Agile community. Passionate, creative, and intelligent people from all genders come together in these inspiring conversations to advance equality and inclusion for all.
This podcast series is brought to you in partnership with Accenture | SolutionsIQ.
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We are always seeking new contributors to the podcast series. Do you have an idea for a podcast topic, or are you interested in being a guest on one of our episodes? If so, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone from the team will be in touch with you soon.