Rebecca Woodmass

Writer, Tech Geek, Inclusion Expert

Rebecca Woodmass

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Bio

Rebecca Woodmass (they/them), a trained classical soprano, is a non-binary lesbian now working in tech. For the last two years they have immersed themself in the tech sector, co-leading the Montreal chapter of Lesbians Who Tech (& Allies) to be one of the most active chapters in their global network. They founded QueeriT, a social good web design and development enterprise by and for queers (and those who love us). They also co-founded Awoken Tech with Rachel Jean-Pierre, offering diversity and inclusion consulting, training, and evangelism in the enterprise and startup space. Rebecca is now applying their talents in speaking, writing, and programming to their studies in applied machine learning and artificial intelligence for social change as a founding employee of AI startup Crescendo. They have been called a "rising star in the queer/feminist movement" and works tirelessly for the visibility of racialized, disabled, queer and trans folks in the tech sector, as well as in society at large. They love cycling, writing poetry, gardening, and their cat, Didi.

 

Interests

Diversity and Inclusion
Fairness and Ethics
Product Strategy
Language
Design Thinking
Plants and Magic
Queer and Trans Culture

 

Skills

 

Writing

 

BUY MY BOOK

TINY WORLD, A POETRY CHAPBOOK BY REBECCA WOODMASS

"The author's début publication will open your eyes to the details of life that are so often overlooked."

 

Languages


Projects

Queerit | FEMINIST, ANTICAPITALIST WEB DESIGN BY AND FOR QUEERS (AND THOSE WHO LOVE US)

FOUNDER
Since February 2016

AWOKEN TECH | INCLUSION CONSULTING, TRAINING AND EVANGELISM FOR STARTUPS AND ENTERPRISE

CO-FOUNDER with Rachel Jean-Pierre
Since September 2018

crescendo | AI-POWERED PERSONALIZED EMPATHY/INCLUSION TRAINING FOR THE WORKPLACE

PRODUCT DESIGNER / DATA
Started August 2018

 

Contact

Email: r@rwoodmass.com
Address: Montreal, qc