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Jan-Christoph Borchardt


Open Source Diversity

I try to push representation and inclusion in the communities and conferences I’m involved in. I’m taking part in initiatives pushing diversity & inclusion, especially in the field of free & open source software. Whenever invited for an event or talk, I’m recommending relevant people from underrepresented groups to also be invited.

Ellen Ward and Máirín Murray


Tech for Good Dublin

Tech for Good Dublin is a group who believe in the power of technology to positively impact people, communities and the planet. We aim to be as inclusive as possible because diversity will make our group stronger and allow us to do more, hear more voices, learn more and reach more people. The Diversity Charter is a great resource and we are happy to sign it. Find out more about us on MeetUp or at

Sergio Alvarez-Suarez



Roger Oberg


RStudio, Inc.

The people we serve are global and diverse. We serve them better when we and our events are like them.

Paul Kendrick

Waker Mahmud


Enter Inventive Studio

Vicky Twomey-Lee


Coding Grace

We work on creating inclusive, diverse and friendly events, from workshops, meetups and larger events like conferences. When we collaborate with other organisations, events and conferences, we ensure that they are also committed in making sure it's diversity-friendly.

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