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We're proud to announce that with the help of our sponsors we've managed to raise £1,000 for BLMUK. W
 

Triangirls Newsletter

July 6 · Issue #23 · View online
F*ck ups, masturbation and pay negotiation. Not your average womxn in tech event.

We’re proud to announce that with the help of our sponsors we’ve managed to raise £1,000 for BLMUK. We stand for justice and equality - We ask our community to use their voice and their platform to do the same.
We highly recommend grabbing yourself a Hustle Crew Membership for access to workshops and resources on how to be an ambassador of inclusion in your community and drive change in your workplace. It will give you the skills to engage in conversations about racism, sexism and other forms of oppression.

🎟 Triangirls Talks
After the success of our first remote event, we have another one coming up this week! Join us for a couple of hours on Thursday evening for a packed out evening of inspirational lightning talks.
Get your ticket for Triangirls Talks at Thursday 9th July, 6:30pm Get your ticket for Triangirls Talks at Thursday 9th July, 6:30pm
🎤 Our fantastic speakers:
Kish Modasia - Mindfulness
Kish will be taking us on a journey of mindfulness to help each of us find the courage to stop, take a few breaths, and relax in just a matter of seconds.
Lara Mendonça - Design for belonging
Tech is shaping the future of our planet. It’s changing how we have fun, vote, shop, communicate. It’s also affecting our sense of belonging, in our personal and professional relationships, and collectively.
But why does belonging matter to designers? And how do we design to hold space for everyone to feel truly empowered to speak up and change the structures in society?
This talk will show how we can create a path for affecting change: as a person; as a designer; as a team member; and as a leader.
Naomi Gibson - Creating psychological safety in teams
Temi Olukoko - 100 days of code to first job
How the 100 days of code challenge helped prepare her for her first developer role by learning how to build various web applications.
Racheal Idowu - Why career changes are scary but worth it
Nicole Ingra - Side project: shrtcttng
Like many, I started this year full of plans and hope. I had quit my job to move to Barcelona, and become a nomad-ish freelance. But when Covid hit Europe & the rest of the Western world, it felt as if my life was put on hold, with circumstances beyond my control. So I decided to use my energy and newly found time to bring to life a passion project - to experiment, giving fewer fucks and reinvent once again.
During our event, we have a segment where the floor can be yours for 5-10 minutes. The content is up to you, whether you’d like to share a funny story, or tell us you are hiring, or share a project you are working on. Let us know you’d like some time by replying to this email.
💥 Building confidence, overcoming fear, and goal setting
Rachael, Liz and Anna put together a talk for a group of young womxn for a girls school. They collated some tips they’ve learnt over the last few years on things they wished they knew about when they were starting out.
Building confidence, overcoming fear and goal setting
🎤 Top tips for public speaking
Couldn’t make it to our workshop with Jam? Thanks to Victoria Wang, we have a write up on the key takeaways on how to smash your public speaking gigs.
How to smash your first talk - By Victoria Wang How to smash your first talk - By Victoria Wang
😎 Jobs
Our friends at Emitwise are looking for Designs and Engineers.
They are a fast-growing startup, whose vision is to accelerate the transition to global carbon neutrality. They build software that uses machine learning to help companies monitor and manage their carbon footprint. Emitwise is a team of entrepreneurs, engineers, designers, and carbon accountants that share a deep passion for sustainability and our crafts. Ultimately, they’re a group of people disenchanted with business as usual and looking to make real impact.
🙌 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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