Who We Are
We believe the tech industry can and should contribute to broad-based growth that benefits everyone. That instead of being a force for displacement and inequality, tech can create opportunity and widespread prosperity.
Our mission is to mobilize tech workers to create a tech-driven economy in the Bay Area that works for everyone. We educate people in the tech sector around housing and workforce & labor issues and activate them to make change in those key areas.
We Brought People Together
We brought together hundreds of people at 33 events that tackled a wide range of topics, from the perils of tech in social services to the real costs of building affordable housing to local politics. Each event left our community members with new learnings and motivations to take action. Attend our next event here.
We created spaces for tech workers to learn about our affordability crisis from a variety of perspectives, from the hidden costs of building housing to the dangers of digitizing social services.
Over the course of the year, we brought briefings on policy campaigns, explanations of the affordability crisis, and conversations on personal and corporate responsibility into company offices and community spaces alike.
We went to dozens of tech workers’ homes armed with snacks and facts to share with their friends. We discussed everything from Prop 13 reform to all the major propositions on the ballot and sparked debates and brainstorms all over the Bay.