Looking to connect with the grassroots tech community in Nashville? These are the organizations you should join. Or contact us about starting one of your own.
Advocacy group focused on curating and connecting a diverse black tech ecosystem in Nashville.
Nashville’s Code for America Brigade, volunteers who collaborate with Metro government to promote open data and build civic apps. Organizers of the local National Day of Civic Hacking event.
A community of digital content creators, marketers, and educators that hosts an annual “unconference” and monthly happy hour mixers. If you’re a blogger, podcaster, social media manager, photographer, UX designer, videographer, content strategist, graphic designer, SEO specialist or other digital content creator, this is the group for you.
Lawyers, law students, academics, developers, designers, technologists, marketers and entrepreneurs in the Nashville area who come together to design creative solutions to pressing problems in our legal and justice systems. Gathering in meetups, boot camps and hackathons to explore the intersection of law and technology and look for ways that access to justice and legal practice can be informed and improved. Organizers of Music City Legal Hackathon and Music City Legal Hackers Meetup.
Middle Tennessee community of intellectually curious persons with a goal of educating the public on various aspects of cyberculture and technical literacy. Also organizers of the annual PhreakNIC technology conference.
The meta user group for code focused user group leaders to meet, share initiatives, and in general support each other. We are open to any organizer of an initiative based in Nashville that focuses on growing, supporting and teaching the developer community.
A Nashville based hub for entrepreneurs with the environment, tools and connections necessary to drive a scalable business.
Community group to support and celebrate Nashville-area LGBT+ community and allies who work in tech.
A membership association providing a catalyst for the growth and influence of Middle Tennessee’s technology industry.
By connecting, uniting, developing, and promoting our community, we propel the Nashville area forward to become a national leader in technology-based innovation and development.
A collective of UX and UI designers and developers devoted to growing a strong community of makers who are passionate about working together to make software products that validate!
WiTT is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating new possibilities for women to advance and succeed in technology and science careers. With monthly meetings, happy hours, lunches and other events, WiTT provides a forum to empower women in technology through education, outreach, mentoring, and networking.
A tribe for women in tech on a mission to diversify the tech industry through open dialogue, a unified and supportive community, and mentorship. This group is passionate about connecting local IT leaders to future female technology talent. Organizers of social conferences, happy hours, lunch and learns, and more, where women in IT can collaborate.