TechDiversity Awards 2024

Winners & Merit Winners Announced


A social enterprise established in 2015, we demonstrate how incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE+I) into Australian tech workforces fosters greater growth, innovation, and a more vibrant work environment.

Our vision

TechDiversity foundation inspiration in every boardroom

Boardrooms have made progress when it comes to DE+I in the workplace, but more needs to be done. We are here to change that. Through DE+I we are tackling boardroom challenges, such as talent shortages, ESG issues, societal shifts and building a culture of innovation. Our vision is to inspire boardrooms to harness DE+I with an evidence-based and best-practice approach.

Companies that are diverse, equitable, and inclusive are better able to respond to challenges, win top talent, and meet the needs of different customer bases’.
Source: McKinsey

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Our purpose

Belonging for a thriving world

At TechDiversity, we bridge the gap between business leaders and DEI experts, facilitating the integration of DEI into corporate strategies to spur innovation, productivity, and employee well-being. Through targeted research and partnerships, we guide organisations in crafting impactful DEI programs for business success. Our initiatives, including the educational TechDiversity Academy and the celebratory TechDiversity Awards, underscore our commitment to elevating DEI in the tech workforces.

We Stand Behind Growth | 1.2 Million Tech Jobs by 2030

TechDiversity collaborates with organisations, government bodies, and associations to achieve the ambitious goal of expanding Australia’s tech workforce to 1.2 million by 2030. Through this partnership, we’re committed to embedding DEI into the sector’s growth strategies, ensuring a diverse, inclusive, and innovative future for tech in Australia.

Together we are better, stronger, smarter.

Join Tech Reflects Study 

Bridging Australia's Tech Skills Gap with a World- First Study Utilising Community and Workforce Cultural and Demographic Insights

Organisations across Australia are invited to participate in the Tech Reflects study, spearheaded by the TechDiversity Foundation in collaboration with Diversity Atlas, it seeks to understand the cultural and demographic makeup of tech workforces, comparing it to the broader community to identify gaps and opportunities. This initiative is critical for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion, contributing to the national goal of 1.2 million tech jobs by 2030.

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Our Six Impact Statements and Guiding Principles

TechDiversity’s six impact statements act as guiding beacons, shaping every aspect of our initiatives:

  • Cultivating Talent: Unleash the potential of a diverse workforce, driving innovation and growth.
  • Celebrating Innovation: Discover how DE+I fuels ground-breaking solutions, shaping the tech industry’s fabric.
  • Fostering Competitiveness: Experience the strategic advantage of inclusivity in boosting competitiveness.
  • Building Futures: Embrace the enduring influence of DE+I in shaping equitable and prosperous futures.
  • Bridging Skills Gap: Harness the economic potential of addressing skill gaps through inclusive practices.
  • Driving Innovation and Success: Embrace the compelling link between DE+I and remarkable success.

Join us on the journey

Join a dynamic movement that’s reshaping the tech sector. Explore our impact statements, and let’s collaborate to harness the transformative power of DE+I, driving innovation, sustainability, and prosperity for all. Join us today and embark on a journey of positive change.

Our aim

We pledge to grow an innovative and thriving technology workforce through Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE+I).

Who we are

TechDiversity is a social enterprise that was launched in 2015. It was founded and supported by a core committee of volunteers. This committee is supported by a wider team representing a number of industry groups and businesses – including Australian Computer Society (ACS), Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), Tech Council of Australia (TCA ), Vic ICT for Women and the Victorian Government.

Our flagship TechDiversity Awards showcases what can be achieved across sectors in building diversity, equity and inclusion within technology workforces.

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Interested in sponsorship opportunities?

With an engaged community of C-level Executives, Directors, HR & DE+I specialists across many industry sectors, provide plenty of opportunities for meaningful engagement, from our annual in-person awards and year-round DE+I Academy, all supported by regular news, reports and content.

Find out why organisations including REA Group, Avanade, Clicks IT Recruitment, Cenitex, Alteryx get involved.

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