Tech Inclusion Podcast is Produced In Collaboration With Change Catalyst And The Tech Inclusion Conference
In this podcast, we talk to Diversity and Inclusion’s change makers and thought leaders to understand the challenges they are encountering and how we can all make a difference in building a more inclusive workplace.
Host: Juliette Roy is a seasoned creative entrepreneur and digital media expert. She brings her experience as a member of a multicultural family, and a non-native speaker in the U.S to the inclusion conversation. She also adds an international lens having founded successful businesses in France and Australia.
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In this episode of Tech Inclusion, I talk to Steve Huffman, the co-founder, and CEO of Reddit. He shares with us why he thinks diversity and inclusion is core to Reddit’s success. Best Quotes of the Show We’re here today basically
Emilie Hsieh is the co-founder and Ceo of Allie, an engagement platform that allows employees to give feedback and get personalized coaching on issues like inclusion. Allie helps companies build inclusive culture, they’ve created an employee engagement platform that allows
Benjamin Evans is the Airbnb design lead to the anti-discrimination team. You’ll learn how Benjamin landed his job at Airbnb and how his work supports his desire to create more inclusive tech platforms. Best Quotes of the Show Juliette
In this episode, you’ll learn about Carolina Huaranca Mendoza, principal at Kapor Capital, a social impact venture fund based in Oakland. Carolina shares with us what she likes the most working for a VC company and her own experience as an
In this episode of Tech Inclusion podcast, you’ll learn about Arlan Hamilton, the incredible force behind Backstage Capital. 27:How Arlan Hamilton Started Backstage Capital With No Background in Finance : Welcome to the Tech Inclusion Podcast.I am your host Juliette Roy.