Women engineering the future

Our female engineers are building the future of work. Want to help?

Over the last decade, female engineer representation in the tech industry has increased dramatically.

And throughout Dropbox’s history, we’ve stayed laser-focused on creating initiatives, employee resource groups, benefits, and a greater overall culture that serves to promote, support, and empower our female engineers.

Our support initiatives
Keeping a pulse on retention
Project Maia

Project Maia is an initiative focused on retention efforts for women and URMs, equipping their managers to have direct conversations with managers on what changes, support, or resources they need to continue to grow their careers here at Dropbox.

Advancing equitably
Dropbox LEAD

Dropbox LEAD is designed to support early career high-performing women and URMs in growing their professional networks, strengthening relationships with managers, increasing visibility with senior leadership, exploring growth opportunities, and advancing their role at the company.

Be seen and supported
QA Social Circle

QA Social Circle provides engineers that identify as women, non-binary, or gender free a place to lean into their shared experiences and support each other.

Empowering your holistic self

Find community with Women@

Our employee resource group (ERG) Women@ brings female-identifying, non-gender-binary, and allied Dropboxers from across the world together to educate, inspire, and encourage each other.

Discover well-being with benefits

Spend more time on what you love with flexible PTO, paid volunteer days, monthly company-wide PTO days, and our industry-leading 24-week paid parental leave policy.

Dropbox Jobs
Join forces with our growing team of women engineers