Get Involved

Interested in joining the Stanford WIT community? Here are some ways to get involved.

Attend meetings

We meet regularly to hear from guest speakers, network, discuss pertinent topics, and more. View meeting schedule.

Subscribe to our mailing list

If you would like to join the Stanford WIT mailing list to stay informed of upcoming meetings and program updates, subscribe here.

Chat with us on Slack

For ongoing discussions and networking, join the Stanford WIT Slack Workspace.

New to Slack? Follow these instructions to log in for the first time. Once logged in, search for the stanford-women-in-technology workspace.

Current Slackers: Search for the stanford-women-in-technology workspace in the Workspace Directory.

Serve on a committee

The Stanford WIT Planning Committees establish detailed plans and execute the Stanford WIT vision. Learn more.

Participate in service and outreach opportunities

Help build the talent pipeline by volunteering with local organizations focused on young women in technology. Learn more.

Join a WIT Community Group

Community Groups are small groups of people (6-10) within the Stanford WIT community (or IT community), who gather monthly to talk about life, work, or an agreed-upon topic of interest. The goal is to facilitate group mentoring while connecting, encouraging, supporting, and inspiring one another. 

Visit the Community Groups page for more information and to sign up!

Join an informal meetup

A Fika is a Swedish tradition of taking a break to connect with friends or colleagues. Sometimes the break involves a coffee or a sweet treat, but it doesn't have to. It's more about pausing and connecting.

Within the WIT Community we have two Fika groups that meet informally. No sign up is necessary, just show up and enjoy! Contact Fika leads with questions.

SRWC - Wednesday afternoons
Lead: Mary Beth Lefebvre,

Zoom: - Time and dates vary
Lead: Bhavika Solanki,
Check out the Slack channel for more information 

Contact us

Have a question or want to provide feedback about Stanford WIT? Use the IDEAL IT contact form, or contact Program Lead Brittany Cripe at