Program Manager, Digital Community

Job Title

Program Manager, Digital Community


Preference for Atlanta, GA or remote position. Women Who Code, Inc. (WWCode) is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.


Full Time

Company Overview

Women Who Code is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. As an organization we have executed more than 14,000 free learning events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 250,000, and have a presence in 122 countries. 

We believe that a team dedicated to making our industry better should reflect the diversity within it. We take our Code of Conduct seriously, and encourage those of groups traditionally underrepresented in technology to apply.

Job Description & Key Responsibilities

WWCode is looking for a Program Manager, Digital Community to join our team! This is what you’ll do:

Manage Leadership Fellows

  • Inspire ownership among global part-time team of 6+ 

  • Influence and engage volunteers and staff in ongoing digital programs

  • Work with learning and development team to build leadership development opportunities for Fellows 

  • Uncover and share opportunities for career advancement for Fellows who might advance within and beyond WWCode (i.e. external panels, blog posts, articles, interviews)

  • Accomplishes department objectives by managing team members; planning and evaluating department activities

  • Coaches and counsels team members

  • Ensures a safe, secure, and legal work environment

Lead Digital Community

  • Own the experience of Women Who Code Digital events (i.e. webinars, recorded panels, Slack communities)

  • Design replicable events, produce templates, and standards for online communities

  • Collaborate with team members on member outreach and volunteer retention initiatives

  • Collaborate with WWCode corporate partners for on-demand and live events

  • Organize, schedule, promote, and host Women Who Code digital events. 

  • Enthusiastically represent Women Who Code: introduce WWCode mission, speakers, moderate chat and Q&A, and engage with event attendees and members. 

  • Compose and draft documents and correspondence for presentations, conferences, seminars, and reports; create, maintain, modify, and ensure accuracy of content

  • Anticipate the needs of stakeholders, track KPIs, report success and opportunities for improvement to the broader team


  • Two+ years of experience in the public, nonprofit, technology, or corporate settings

  • Experience working with diverse community

  • Strong commitment to social justice and equity 

  • Knowledge and understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion and how this strengthens companies

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Comfortable working in ambiguity and developing processes from there 

  • Willingness to travel when appropriate 

  • Comfortable managing part-time team across multiple time zones

  • Excited to be the face of a program and represent WWCode in the digital space

  • Empathic and skillful communicator, especially with volunteers and stakeholders

  • Technical capabilities: Zoom, Slack, Google Suite (or similar platforms)

  • Willingness to learn new technologies

Nice To Have

  • Community management (volunteer or professional)

  • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to mission and communities served by Women Who Code

  • Engineering, developer relations, product, or other technical background

  • Volunteer experience (in any organization)

  • Mulit-lingual or cross-cultural experiences

Hiring Process

  • Step 1 - Fill out initial Application Form  

  • Step 2 - Questionnaire / challenges

  • Step 3 - Interview phase

  • Step 4 - Reference checks and extend offer

Women Who Code, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status and is a drug free workplace.