Welcome to Long Island Women in Tech®

We are a supportive community of technologists providing mentorship, career development, and education to women and girls on Long Island. Membership is free and open to people of all genders.

Long Island Women in Tech, Inc. ® is a 501(c)(3) charity organization.

What We Do


Network with over 600 members from across Long Island and make the right contacts to help propel your career.


Find a mentor, sign up to be a mentor, or ask the group for key advice along the way.



Join monthly local and online training meet ups to keep ahead of the curve on the latest technology and your career.

Career Support

Get resume help, guidance on building your social brand, leadership tips, and more. Members from a variety of backgrounds are available to help you define your career and take it to the next level.

Community Engagement

Help build tech interest on Long Island by volunteering in schools, libraries, colleges/universities, and with other non-profit community programs.

Safe Space

We foster a safe space for you to try something new, test out your ideas, share your concerns and get advice. This is a no judgement zone.

Become a Member Today

You don’t have to trek into NYC to network with technology professionals, find a mentor, get career help or learn a new technical skill.
LI Women in Tech brings all of that and more to you right here on Long Island.

What People Are Saying About Us

Recently, Stefana Muller, from LI Women in Tech visited the Career Awareness classes at Harborfields High School.  The students really enjoyed the presentation.  Stefana touched on STEM Careers, Entrepreneurship, Business, and Marketing.  This presentation was extremely important because many of our students do not return to Long Island after they graduate.  LI Women in Tech shows that students can work for successful businesses or even create their own opportunities here on Long Island.  My students greatly benefited from this presentation and I highly recommend the LI Women in Tech presentation to other schools!

Alison Matthews

Executive Director, Industry Advisory Board, Harborfields High School

Women in Computing club has focused on bringing the tech industry into our college to help students gain a professional edge. We learned a tremendous amount in a short time through the session with LI Women in Tech. Students asked questions from which coding languages to learn and how to prepare for a technical interview to how to handle non-citizen status while pursuing internships. I truly feel this experience will help push many of us forward including the professors in the room! We can’t thank Shana, Marianne and Stefana enough for spending their valuable time with our students.

Zermina Kabir

President, Women in Computing club @ Nassau Community College

As a high school science teacher for the past 30 years, currently at Commack High School, I am always looking to build connections between my students and adult role models engaged in science/technological careers. Some of my students and I partnered with LI Women in Tech and that partnership worked beyond any original expectations I had. A group of four young women wanted to build an App for a computer competition, they had an idea—create a computer application to help immigrant women on Long Island, but the students needed assistance in the processes of developing concrete approaches to organizing and coding the app. We were fortunate to have discovered Stefana Muller and LI Women in Tech. Stefana leveraged her team of professionals and provided our students with invaluable practical hands-on advice. Through communication via e-mails, phone calls and face-to- face workshops the team learned through real world experience the technical and business side of technology. The app called ImmiGreat is done; the students made a pitch to a group of professionals in NYC and have been invited to test the app with some immigrant advocate groups on Long Island. I have a good sense of what works for students in the classroom environment, our connection with LI Women in Tech developed into an incredibly successful connection that enhanced the educational experience and encouraged a group of young women to enter the world of technology and business.

Richard Kurtz

Science Teacher, Commack High School