First and foremost, GET Cities focuses on being the connector in the ecosystem. We align organizations around shared insights, goals and accountability to accelerate intersectionality and equity in the tech industry and across the economy more broadly. Many of our interventions are the groups we bring together and the facilitation of the shared pilots and learnings that come out of our collaborations.



A dynamic coalition of accelerators, incubators, funds, and ecosystem supporters aligned across shared goals to design city-wide solutions and collective infrastructure to address gender and racial inequities for Chicago-based tech founders. TEWG has had over 20+ member organizations and piloted multiple collaborative interventions, 5 of which recently scaled out to partner organizations. 

Tech Equity Network (TEN):


An alliance of ERGs (employee resource groups) and organizations focused on advancing marginalized talent in the workplace coming together to test pilots and share insights and resources. Projects range from Mentorship Labs to GET Exploration Day and other unconference events. 

Big Think:

cHICAGO, DC, Miami

A place-based event with a curated group of organizations, thought-leaders, corporates, entrepreneurs, and funders to spend time together sharing their expertise and insights to collectively identify the gaps and opportunities in the market.

Hack for impact:


 A series of themed dinners centered on topics that tackle multiple angles of an issue (angel investing, mental health for entrepreneurs, etc) with the goal of collaborating on actionable steps and building momentum, shared accountability,  and community.

Innovator's Bash


 This gallery activation showcases all the incredible innovations in the past year across multiple aspects of the ecosystem. The Innovator’s Bash is a night of music, art and mingling to celebrate the tremendous accomplishments of women, trans, and nonbinary tech founders and the allies and accomplices who amplify their missions. 


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