Recent Examples of inclusion from the Web
Big Vision’s focus is on fostering inclusion and developing unexpected content with women, people of color and LGBTQ creators.
The tech industry is starting to pay attention to the lack of inclusion and all the problems that stem from it, said Terri Brax, co-founder of Women Tech Founders, or WTF — an abbreviation that isn’t accidental.
Additional support came from the nonprofit Weingart Foundation, a grant-making entity focused on inclusion and equal opportunity, and from the California Community Foundation, which has a mandate to improve the lives of L.A. County residents.
Gauda, who has developed workplace inclusion and diversity strategies for corporate clients, cautioned that any unconscious-bias training should not be treated as ‘‘special subject’’ but incorporated as a core part of its employee training.
Business Five female engineers discuss the sexism of the tech industry and why greater diversity and inclusion makes better products for everyone.
Still, challenges and barriers to full inclusion and equality for African American women remain.
The rise of feminism and social activism everywhere began to affect even the biggest brands and those companies began to realize that women were expecting more from them in terms of inclusion and diversity.
Now, the daughter of John and Shirley Brzezinski, CEO of TTi Global, a staffing, training and recruiting consulting firm with more than 2,000 employees, will be honored May 16 in Norway as a champion of inclusion and gender equality.
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