This is part of an ongoing series called So you want more women at your tech event? If you are going to run a tech conference with fewer than 5% women speakers, you probably want to avoid additional criticism about your lack of inclusivity. But if you also have the adult entertainment industry sponsor your event, maybe you’re not really […]
In July I was interviewed about WordCamp Montreal 2011 and on the role of diversity in the tech community. Check it out! View the original video post here.
This is Part 3 of an ongoing series called So you want more women at your tech event? One of the biggest mistakes I see conference organizers make is not making a public statement on gender equality. It’s a very small thing to do, but the effect can be huge. I had been meaning to write this post […]
At that same dinner, one African American woman summed up progress in this way: “We’ll know we have parity when mediocre black women get funding for bad ideas at the same rate as mediocre white men.” Fraeda Kapor Klein On TechCrunch Thanks to Cindy Gallop for drawing this to my attention.
This is Part 2 of an ongoing series called So you want more women at your tech event? One of the easiest things you can do to get more women at your event is to make it cheap to attend. Women have lower salaries and less disposable income than men. They are more often single parents. And […]