Frequently Asked Questions About Elpha
What is Elpha?
Elpha is a professional network dedicated to helping women succeed at work. When you become a member of Elpha you get access to daily conversations with experts, insider opportunities, advice, support and a lot of women having candid conversations and making friends.
How do you define women?
We use an inclusive definition and welcome trans women as well as genderqueer and non-binary people who identify as women or femme. We rely on our members to sign up in good faith. If you decide the culture and mission is a fit for how you identify, you are invited to become a member.
How should I get in touch with questions, feedback and suggestions?
Why should I use my real identity on Elpha?
On Elpha, we contribute advice, collaborate on projects and help eachother find new career opportunities. Real identities allow us to buildlasting, trustworthy connections that help us all find success in the industry.
What should I post on Elpha?
No topic is off limits here. You can contribute interesting articles,ask for professional and personal advice, offer support, or somethingelse. For more specifics on what not to post (which is a much smallerlist!), check our guidelines.
What are Elpha Resources?
Our team writes guides based on the conversations our members are having, and the questions that come up often on Elpha. We focus on providing practical advice on topics like exploring different career paths, launching a startup, finding a job, navigating challenges in the workplace, and much more. We often quote experts from the Elpha community in our guides, and occaisionally we will feature a guest contributor who is an expert on a particular topic. If you'd like to talk to our editorial team, please email [email protected].
Where can I read more about Elpha?
Bloomberg covered our launch on February 4, 2019. You can read the article here.
I'd like to delete my Elpha account. What should I do?
Right now we do this by hand. Please submit a request here and we will help you.