Extraordinary Black women building the future through entrepreneurship and technology

  • Roadmap to Billions

    Our yearly conference that invites
    influential speakers and connects
    black women in tech from all over the country.
    June 15-17, 2022

  • BWTT Membership

    Join a community of over 2,500 Black women in tech

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Our Community

We’re here to identify, support and encourage Black women to build the next billion dollar business. We’re unapologetic in our support because we believe Black is worth the investment. It’s time Black women tech founders are heard and seen because we know different perspectives bring new opportunities. We’re building community and profitable, scalable businesses for self-identified Black women in tech, together.

What is Black Women Talk Tech?


We’re a community of liked-minded Black women tech founders and scalable businesses looking to build connection and support one another

Business Growth Support

We provide the educational tools, network and resources to help Black women build the next billion dollar business

Access to Capital

We are serious about getting founders funded through all landscape of funding opportunities

Programs + Events

We create programs designed to inspire, educate and cultivate Black women founders and their businesses

Racial & Gender Equality Advocate

We develop insights designed to help advance wealth generation in the Black community and gender equity in the tech industry


We give access to world class experts, mentors and support to help you achieve your goals

BWTT Happenings

Develop a Tech Mindset to drive innovation  and become more tech-enabled.

Learn from a premier subject matter expert
how to build and scale a tech business.

Join a community of over
2,500 Black women in tech

Our Members

Our Perspective

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Black Tech Startups

Working around social issues has been the go-to way of functioning for many businesses in the past. Historically, Black-owned businesses were often overlooked and practically viewed as non-existent throughout crucial growth periods. Underserved and underrepresented communities were seen as ways companies could evolve their business without proper compensation (money, freedom,


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