Bay Area tech diversity: White men dominate Silicon Valley.
Silicon Valley companies started publishing its diversity figures, on women and ethnic minorities, in 2014, hoping that transparency would lead to an improvement in the numbers. So far, change has.
Silicon Valley, of course, combines the “diversity” kind of political correctness (or multiculturalism understood as globalizing or virtualized cultural detachment) with a contempt for all that is traditional or not innovative, for all that is old or not young. (That’s why there’s more cosmetic surgery in Silicon Valley now than about anywhere else.) For my friend Peter Thiel, for.
Silicon Valley engineer Tracy Chou: Stop saying that diversity means lowering the bar. February 6, 2018. By Leah Fessler. Reporter, Quartz at Work. For a young person starting out in tech, an.
A conversation about Silicon Valley's lack of diversity is bubbling to the surface after a controversial essay by a Google employee was circulated internally and leaked to the media over the weekend.
Diversity of Thought and Experience: Silicon Valley has historically been ahead of the curve by welcoming talent and perspectives from all over the world. It prides itself on being an idea meritocracy in which anyone can rise to the top. While Silicon Valley’s largest companies have faced criticism for a lack of racial and gender diversity on their boards, executive teams, and in their.
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Baker is the cofounder of Project Include, and “open community working toward providing meaningful diversity and inclusion solutions for tech companies.”In addition to her work with Slack and Project Include, Baker is also a board member for Girl Develop It, a tech mentor for Black Girls Code and an advisory board member of Hack the Hood. Baker has never stopped trying to make tech an.