If you're a member of an organization, you can publicize or hide your membership, view other people's roles, and remove yourself from the organization.
You can become a member of an organization to collaborate with coworkers or open-source contributors across many repositories at once.
To access an organization that you're a member of, you must sign in to your personal account.
You can view a list of the people in your organization and filter by their role. For more information on organization roles, see "Roles in an organization."
Organization members and outside collaborators can request that an owner approve access to organization resources for OAuth Apps.
If you'd like to tell the world which organizations you belong to, you can display the avatars of the organizations on your profile.
Get reminders in Slack when you or your team have pull requests waiting for review.
If you're an outside collaborator or a member of an organization, you can leave the organization at any time.