Angel Henry, Author, Allyship Advocate & IT Leader discusses her book: Dents in the Ceiling: Tools Women and Allies Need to Breakthrough.
Melinda Briana Epler, the Founder and CEO Change Catalyst, discusses the steps to making our workplaces safer and more inclusive.
Jennifer Carlson, Co-founder & Executive Director of the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) Workforce Institute discusses their workforce development program, Apprenti.
Our panel of guests in this episode discuss how bias can be injected into technology as well has how to resolve it.
In this episode, we welcome Cynthia Billops, Director of Programs for /dev/color to learn more about the organization and their overall mission, which is to empower Black software engineers to help one another grow into industry leaders.
In this episode Dr. Natoshia Anderson, VP of Training and Implementation at WOZ ED, discusses the intersection of: being female, being Black and working in STEM. This is an incredibly candid conversation that dives into many issues including what it will take for a true culture shift.
Our guest today, Steve Johns, CEO of OneCause shares the backstory and rationale behind some of his key leadership decisions this year; decisions that set OneCause up for success despite the fact that their primary business model centered around in-person events when the pandemic hit.
Status Go welcomes Terry Morris, Director Information and Digital Solutions for Eli Lilly and Company, who sits down with Jeff Ton to discuss the challenges he's faced as a Black man and a Black leader in a predominantly white industry as well as why he has hope, and where he recognizes progress is being made.