Welcome to Women in Voice Germany!
We are the German chapter of Women in Voice (WiV), a global community dedicated to connecting women and diverse people who work in or are pivoting to the field of voice technology.
The idea of our global community is to empower each other by sharing information, sources and inspiration, and to help each other through a strong professional network.
As the German chapter (WiV DE), our mission is to foster this incredible community on a national and local level. Through our social media channels and a variety of (online) meetups and events, we want to create a space for all of us to grow professionally, and make a difference in the German voice industry.
WiV Germany is about to realize the very first Feminist Voice Game Jam ever! The goal of this joint effort is to find creative and technically feasible solutions to solve relevant problems of our time – through gamification. Join us on January 29th, 2022!
What is Women in Voice?
Women in Voice is an international movement to empower women in voice technology.
Our mission is to build community for women and diverse people in voice technology, to amplify and celebrate the work and talent of women, and to provide professional development and resources to support women. We empower women in all the different roles that comprise the voice field, such as VUX/VUI designers, marketers, linguists, developers, engineers, AI specialists, etc.
Women in Voice Germany
Growing a national network of voice professionals.
We kicked off in October 2019, with an announcement at “All About Voice” Conference. Initiated in Berlin, we are growing constantly, with 100+ supporters and sub-communities in Berlin, Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt, and Munich. As we want to foster close ties across Germany, we are all operating under one central roof, ‘Women in Voice Germany’.
People from our Community:
As a Computational Linguist and part of Lautmaler agency, I especially enjoy the opportunity to connect with other companies and organization, to get insights into the sector from very different and varying points of view.
Hi everyone! I’m Chiara. I’m currently working with NLU training, conversation analysis and chatbot and voicebot design, and I enjoy writing articles on Medium to share my experience.
I’m Sandra Noa, author, conceptional designer, Berliner, media educationist, hip-hop dancer, mother, movie fan and much more. Since 2002 I’ve been working in the children’s media area with a focus on entertainment in education.
My name is Lisa and I am the lead voice user interface designer of the BMW Group’s Intelligent Personal Assistant. Since my studies of psychology, including industrial and organizational psychology, complex technological systems and the ways they interact with humans fascinate me.
Hey there, I’m Maria, a curious User Experience Designer, based in Frankfurt, at Triplesense Reply, where I develop high-end conversational blueprints for all manner of applications.