Welcome to Google Montreal and Chrome, Platinum AdaCamp sponsor for 2015!

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The Ada Initiative welcomes our second Platinum sponsor of AdaCamp in 2015: Google Montreal and Chrome!

Google thrives on open source projects, like Chromium and Android, that are used by millions of people. We want those projects to be meaningful for the people who use them, so we need to include diverse perspectives in the community that builds them. We’re committed to bringing together people—in our workforce, our industry, and on the web—who have a broad range of attributes, experiences, and points of view. We believe our differences make us stronger, and produce better, more innovative work,” says Mark Larson, Engineering Director, Chrome. “Google is proud to support the work the Ada Initiative does: they help all open tech projects broaden the set of people who have a say in what we’re building.”

Google is the only sponsor who has supported every AdaCamp to date. In addition to the support of the Chrome team for the second year, AdaCamps in 2015 are supported by Google Montreal, who will host our AdaCamp Montreal reception on Sunday April 12. Thank you Google Montreal!

Note: We are deeply interested in the recent allegations of sexual harassment by a Google employee. After careful evaluation on our part, we believe that Google’s sponsorship of AdaCamp is compatible with our sponsorship policy at this time, and we welcome them as an AdaCamp sponsor. We support every Googler working for a welcoming and positive workplace.

About AdaCamp

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AdaCamp is a conference dedicated to increasing women’s participation in open technology and culture: open source software, Wikipedia-related projects, open data, open geo, library technology, fan fiction, remix culture, and more. AdaCamp brings women together over two days to build community, share skills, discuss problems with open tech/culture communities that affect women, and find ways to address them.

AdaCamp is the world’s only event focusing on women in open technology and culture, and is a project of the Ada Initiative, a non-profit supporting women in open technology and culture. Both are named after Countess Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer. The first AdaCamp of 2015 will be held in Montreal on April 13–14, followed by events in New Zealand and in the San Francisco Bay Area. Follow Ada Initiative announcements to learn about AdaCamps near you!


Your organization has the opportunity to sponsor AdaCamps in 2015 and reach women leaders in open technology and culture in three countries. Contact us at sponsors@adainitiative.org for more information about becoming a sponsor.

Thank you to the AdaCamp 2015 platinum sponsors Puppet Labs and Google Montreal and Chrome; and gold sponsors The Linux Foundation and Red Hat.