Women Taking Over The World With Tech (WTWT) supports Atlantic Canadian female founders, leaders, and employees in the technology sector. The goal of this program is for participants to finish the year with a new skill, a new mentor, a broader network and more resources to start, launch, or grow their tech startups. It’s not just for entrepreneurs…all women working in tech are welcome!

Since 2016, more than 120 women have learned about various topics including building meaningful connections, negotiating, marketing and sales skills, and using data to grow your business. From 2016 to 2017, the number of WTWT events doubled and we look forward to expanding the community of women exploring and prospering in the tech sector.


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Why Participate?

  • Connect with other women in the tech sector.
  • Gain skills and knowledge through workshops, mentorship, and events.
  • Get the support you need to build and grow your business.

In Canada we are fortunate to have several groups that support women in business. If you are passionate about changing the world, and agree that technology is the method to create such change at scale, then we encourage you to join one of the many networks of passionate women working in the technology sector.

Volta is a place where all genders are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the innovation community. There is something for everyone here, and our women in tech program is one avenue for us to support an increasingly diverse tech sector. Volta supports dozens of other community organizations, many of which are focused on supporting female entrepreneurs. SheEO, Women in Communications and Technology (WCT), Digital NS, Centre for Women in Business, BDC Capital, Fierce Founders, and many others are committed to making the tech and entrepreneurship sector equal opportunity for all genders.

[W]omen hunger to learn and benefit from the presence of  other women in technology. But at the top of the list of barriers for women in the ISACA survey are “limited networking opportunities” and “lack of a strong professional network.” – ISACA GLOBAL SURVEY REPORT 2016/17

How to Participate

  • Fireside Chats: 15-30 women in tech, either founders or management of tech startups.
  • Networking Events: 50+ women in tech, founders, employees, or aspiring founders of tech startups.
  • Workshops: 5-10+ women in tech, founders or management of tech startups. Workshops are selected by the group.
  • Social (no work talk allowed): 5-30 women in tech. This part of the program happens quarterly, because we are busy taking over the world.
  • Dream Mentor (one-on-one): women in tech, founders, or management of tech startups. This part of the program is organic and unscheduled.

Join the growing group of women who are taking over the tech world!