Diversify Tech #276

Connecting underrepresented folks in tech with career opportunities

Hey all! Welcome to Diversify Tech's Professional Edition. This newsletter is for underrepresented people in tech; specifically curated for mid-senior level folks. Every Tuesday, we share jobs, events, and other career opportunities.

In this week's edition,

💼 Schoolhouse.world and MapLight are hiring
⭐️ Our spotlight this week is on Tiffani Ashley Bell
🔖 JSConf Budapest is offering scholarships
👏 Congrats to Yvone Sanchez, Stefania Rosca, Jen Vincent-Bennett for winning a copy of The Pocket Guide to Debugging by Julia Evans
🏆 This February, share our newsletter for a chance to win the book Inclusive Design for a Digital World by Reginé M. Gilbert

We love sharing these opportunities with you each week. If you would like to support us, we would be incredibly thankful. You can contribute at $5, $10, or $15 per month.


Software Development

Principal Security Engineer, Code for America
🌏 Remote-US
💰143,884 - 176,138


Program Manager, Schoolhouse.world
🌏 Remote-US

Customer Success Manager, MapLight
🌏 Remote - US
💰$80,000 - $100,000

Information Technology

IT Security Specialist (Assessment Lead), U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
🌏 Denver, Preference given to local candidates; full-time remote applicants will be considered.
💰CL 29 ($91,965 - $149,476)

Cybersecurity Specialist, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
🌏 Denver
💰CL27 ($64,518- $104,885) or CL28 ($77,327- $125,720)


Program Manager, Schoolhouse.world
🌏 Remote-US

Customer Success Manager, MapLight
🌏 Remote - US
💰$80,000 - $100,000

Entry-level roles

If you're a student or just getting started in tech, our Early-talent newsletter will be most relevant to you! We share entry-level roles, internships and apprenticeships every Sunday. Join our Early-talent Newsletter!


Tiffani Ashley Bell is the founder and executive director of The Human Utility, a non-profit organization that has been helping people pay their water bills for the past 10 years. Tiffani has played a crucial role in ensuring that thousands of families facing financial difficulties have access to water, acknowledging that water is a basic human right.

She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Howard University in 2008. She was a Technology & Democracy Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and worked as a Code for America Fellow. Using her experience, she built the Human Utility platform on her own. She recently completed her Master of Science in Management as a Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2021.

Recognized for her groundbreaking work, Bell has been featured in prestigious outlets like Forbes and NPR, highlighting her innovative approach to social entrepreneurship. Her insights and achievements have also been showcased in a TED Talk. She was voted as one of The Root's 100 Most Influential African Americans for her work protecting the right to water in 2015.

Beyond The Human Utility, Bell is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion within the tech industry, actively working to ensure that tech solutions are inclusive and reflective of the communities they serve.

Learn more about The Human Utility and help pay a water bill!




JSConf Budapest is offering scholarships to attend their conference. Apply by March 24th!

💻 WebKit: The web just gets better with Interop 2024 

⚙️ What are design systems at scale? - Developing Design Systems Podcast

💰 How to negotiate salary: 9 tips from a pro salary negotiator

💻 Building for the 99% Developers by Jean Yang


  • Hashem, a Software Engineer needs help to evacuate with his family out of Gaza. If you are able to, please donate and share his fundraiser.

  • Ariel Bryan, a Senior Data Analyst and a single mother needs help until she secures a new job! If you are able to, please donate to her GoFundMe. If you are hiring, please reach out to her on LinkedIn. She is open to work as a Senior Data Analyst, Senior Data Manager, Technical Writer, Data Consultant or as a Salesforce Administrator.

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