Baltimore companies are looking to hire more women in tech.

WomenHack Vancouver; June 2017


Headquartered in San Francisco, WomenHack Events first started out less than a year ago to overwhelming response from start-ups and companies all over the San Francisco Bay Area showing their support for diversity and inclusive hiring.

Believing that diversity strengthens teams and forging forward with our mission to present more economic opportunities to women in tech roles, WomenHack Events traveled to various major cities bringing together companies who are hiring and talented women in tech (developers, UI/UX designers, and PMs).

WomenHack has now worked with over 1,500+ women talents and over 170+ companies, from over 25 cities in 5 different countries. Tomorrow, WomenHack will be going to Baltimore for the first time in a bid to help women find jobs in tech.


Our events aim to help diverse companies and talented women talents in tech roles meet each other in a casual setting. How, you ask? Through the time-honored technique of speed dating. Lasting around 2 to 3 hours per event, attendees of WomenHack Events can generally expect to be introduced to the hiring landscape in their region, to learn more about different companies, and meet not just the companies, but also their fellow peers in the industry.

Our Host

Mindgrub Technologies is a mobile solutions consultancy and social media integrator that fuses technology with user-centric design.

Mindgrub specializes in the design and development of mobile, social and web applications for corporations, government, education, and philanthropic organizations. From mobile gaming, interactive websites and multi-media to enterprise information systems, location based services and augmented reality, they do it all.

Diversity Employers

Big Huge Games has built a successful studio where business goals are balanced with quality of life. They’re a group of veteran game designers located just north of Baltimore, Maryland, who have charted a sustained worldwide hit with our mobile strategy game DomiNations.

They have a gender diversity of 17% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Education Reimbursement, Paid Maternity Leave, Unpaid maternity leave.

WatchGuard has pioneered cutting-edge cyber security technology for 20 years, and delivered easy-to-deploy and easy-to-manage solutions. With industry-leading network security, secure Wi-Fi, and network intelligence products and services, WatchGuard enables more than 80,000 small and midsize enterprises from around the globe to protect their most important assets. They are headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with offices throughout North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America.

They have a gender diversity of 20% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Wellness programs, Education Reimbursement.

Connectus is a SaaS-focused tech company specializing in the development and sale of proprietary cloud-based PR, marketing and media solutions for governments, businesses and consumers. NewsBox, their signature product, is a dynamic, cloud-based media intelligence platform which combines the power of social media, the functionality of content management and distribution, and a unique content ecosystem. Their mission is to give people powerful insights into their world and help them be more productive and deliver intelligence to make smarter decisions.

Their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Wellness programs, Education Reimbursement, and they are open to developing new offerings.

This inaugural edition of WomenHack Baltimore will also host a great set of companies such as Impaq International, Cyberpoint, Alderson Loop, and Apkudo looking to meet with Baltimore’s female tech talents.

See you all tomorrow!

About WomenHack:

WomenHack is a community that empowers women in tech through events, jobs, and a diverse workplace for all. WomenHack Events are designed to bring about an opportunity to accelerate the hiring process in respective local job markets, and to provide greater exposure to economic and professional opportunities for women in technology.

Find out if WomenHack Events is coming to an office near you, here.

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