Triangirls Newsletter - Positive Vibes Only ✨ Upcoming Events 🎟 New Jobs 💰





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How are we in November already!? Summer has flown by and we’re now enjoying cosy nights on the sofa. That said, we’ve been leaning into the remote event world and have hosted 5 events so far! As our events have moved online Triangirls has now become international, with attendees from America, India and beyond which has been amazing. We love to meet new people so please continue to share our events and newsletter with your coworkers, friends and family.

🗓Upcoming Events
💪 Confident and Killing it!
We’re so stoked to be able to share with you our next event. We’re really lucky to be able to host a workshop with the amazing Tiwa Ogunlesi who will be sharing with us all her top tips on how to build resilience and grow through challenging situations.
Tiwa will also be covering how to:
  • Learn to reframe negative situations and tackle fear and anxiety head on
  • Foster a positive and optimistic mindset that boosts motivation and productivity
  • Practical tips for building resilience and bouncing back when you’ve hit rock bottom 
There’ll be time for tasks and personal reflection during the one hour session, and we hope you leave feeling energised, confident, and ready to smash 2021…as we all know how hard 2020 has been.
This event has been made possible via sponsorship from Snap, who we’re so thankful to as we’ve wanted to partner with Tiwa for ages!
🔥 Events we recommend
👉 How Snap is promoting Diversity
Find out how our next event sponsor, Snap is promoting Diversity and Inclusion from within. Hear from Oona King, VP of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Snap Inc. in conversation with Katie Lloyd, Development Director for BBC News & Current Affairs, as they discuss her approach to reform and transformative change.
How Snap is promoting Diversity - Second Home
🙌 What's been happening
This year for Halloween we decided to tackle the super scary theme of feedback! During this event we had Cecile Eschenauer, Laxmi Kerai and Sarah James talking us through the feedback we receive, the feedback we give others and most importantly, the feedback we give ourselves. It was a really insightful event and we really appreciate our speakers sharing honest and vulnerable stories with us.
We hope you really enjoyed the event too — if you have any feedback on the event then please get in touch with us via social media or send us an email at
Plus it was so great to see so many of you in fancy dress!
🤓 Jobs
Are you looking for a new challenge before the end of 2020? Thinking about making a job switch? We have a couple of roles that we think you should check out!
Monzo have two roles available, both for Senior Product Designers. You can find out more about both of the roles here:
At Snap, they believe that reinventing the camera represents their greatest opportunity to improve the way people live and communicate. They contribute to human progress by empowering people to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world, and have fun together… There are plenty of creative and interesting jobs currently available at Snap, so if you’re interesting in all things communication take a look!
🙌 Success stories
We love hearing when our community members have been inspired by our events and helped them open doors to further opportunities. Reply to this email if you have something to share with us, we’d love to hear about it!
💖 Be wonderful to one another
While participating in the Triangirls community both online and offline, you are required to follow this code of conduct.
If you have any questions about our community & events please hit reply.
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Triangirls is a community for women and non-binary people who work in Tech. The community and events are run voluntarily by Rachael Grocott, Liz Hamburger, Katrina Dargel & Liv Denyer

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