Women in Product is an inclusive, global community of women working in product management, design, and user research roles. We host events, help each other find jobs, give and receive mentorship, and become better, faster, and stronger together.
Join the community or follow us on Twitter to hear about upcoming virtual or IRL events all over the world.
Women in Product is a global community. You can join the channel for your city (like #paris, #boston, #london or #nyc!) to meet other product folks locally.
Meet and get to know women in product roles all over the world in our Slack instance, or participate in our new Mentor Matching program that links women in product with women and men in relevant roles.
One of our most popular features is the ability to connect product managers, designers, and user researchers with new job opportunities at companies that hire, support, and include women.
Your experience with Women in Product is what you decide to make of it. Join channels like #mentoring or #founders, host your own event, or volunteer as a community manager.
Established in 2015, Women in Product exists to connect women with new roles at female-friendly companies, new friends, and just-in-time negotiation and career advice. But, you don't have to take our word for it.
Women in Product feels like an intimate, friendly community [of thousands] of women with advice or guidance for so many product questions, but more importantly, there is an abundance of empathy, support, and encouragement for broader professional and industry challenges.
It became a safe haven where I felt like I could ask any question - no matter how basic or detailed - and always receive thoughtful, warm responses and encouragement. Having now spoken to several women over the phone or video, I can attest to how giving, generous, and special this community is.
The welcoming Women in Product community has helped me network with amazing women and build a support system in my new home, New York City. I have attended events organized by the NYC chapter and am grateful to have had the opportunity to bounce ideas off other PMs and learn from their experiences!