How do you identify? 

Below are the standard fields collected for event RSVPs and Out in Tech applications. It is important to explain why this information is being collected.

For example: “How do you identify? We care about diversity, and want to take into account the multiple ways in which Out in Tech audiences might identify. This helps us improve our programming and our inclusion efforts.”

  • Female
  • Male
  • Transgender
  • Gender Queer
  • Gender Non-Conforming
  • Gender Non-Binary
  • Lesbian
  • Gay
  • Bisexual
  • Queer
  • Pansexual
  • Asexual
  • Intersex
  • Person of Color
  • Black
  • Latinx
  • Asian/Pacific Islander
  • White
  • Middle Eastern/North African/Arab
  • Indigenous/Native American
  • Mutiracial / Two or more races
  • Immigrant
  • Veteran
  • Person living with a disability
  • I’d rather not say 

In event descriptions or certain forms, Out in Tech will use the wording ‘TGNC, Non-binary, and Gender diverse’ to refer to members who are not cisgendered.  

‘Person of Color’ corresponds to members who self-identify as people of color.