10:00 am10:00


This International Trans Day of Visibilty, Trans*H4CK celebrates the lives of Black Trans Americans. In this live video panel, you will hear from black trans, black gender non conforming and black non-binary folks covering topics such as: Cross gender coalition building; Black Trans mental health; grassroots activism; Ways to self-sustain as a black trans person with our current administration.

Trans*H4CK at GitHub PRIDE Celebration
6:00 pm18:00

Trans*H4CK at GitHub PRIDE Celebration

  • GitHub

GitHub is hosting a celebration of the great things happening in the LGBTQ tech community!

We're delighted to be joined by speakers from Trans*H4CKLesbians Who Tech and Maven, as well as special guests from GaymerXand oSTEM.

All these organizations are doing fantastic work to help educate, connect and empower LGBTQ people in tech. We hope you'll enjoy hearing their stories, and mingling with old and new friends.

Doors open at 6:00 pm

Snacks and beverages provided. Options for gluten-free, vegan, and lactose-intolerant guests will be offered. Please let us know during registration if you have any food allergies, and we'll be happy to accommodate.

We're also launching our Pridetocat shirt on June 2nd, in the GitHub shop, with all proceeds going directly to Trans*H4CK, Lesbians Who Tech and Maven. The shirts will be available for purchase during the celebration. You can learn more about these groups below.

Nov 16


  • Harvard Innovation Lab

We are finally bringing our hackathon and speaker series to the east coast!

In partnership with Harvard Innovation Lab, Trans*H4CK BOSTON will address the conversations on diversity in tech and entrepreneurship that continue to ignore the contributions of trans* people.

Over the course of a weekend, developers, designers, hackers, and social justice advocates of all genders will come together to create technology and celebrate proud trans* leaders who are shaping innovation in tech and social entrepreneurship. 

6:00 pm18:00

Trans*H4CK Speaker Night

  • SF LGBT Center

This month we will be joined by Application Developer, Harlan Kellaway. Harlan will join Transcoders and Dr. Kortney Ryan Ziegler in an interactive discussion.

Everyone is welcome to attend (trans, gender non-conforming, and allies). Open to all experience levels, beginners to coding are encouraged to attend.

Please bring your laptops if you want to work on any projects. Drinks and snacks available. Donations are welcomed and will be used to support Trans*H4CK, and TranscodeSF.


About Harlan: Harlan Kellaway is an application developer most interested in how tech and gender intersect, especially regarding trans communities. He has been involved in a number of projects - including participation in the inaugural Trans*H4CK, creation of the first anthology on trans people and the Internet and social media for projects benefiting trans and queer people. Most recently, he has started work on a Refuge Restrooms app for iPhone.