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Thursday, September 27 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Lessons of Inclusion: How Tech Companies are Approaching DEI

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We're bringing together leaders of tech inclusion to share actual stories of how companies can start practicing what they preach. Hear from DC Tech leaders to hear how they brought Diversity Equity and Inclusion into their company's fabric from the top down and bottom up. From setting OKRs specifically to target inclusion and diversity, to building committees and programming internally, hear how companies are not letting size stop them from making big waves in DEI practices.

Moderator
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Emily Rasowsky

Founder, Women In Tech Campaign

Speakers
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Xina Eiland

CEO, X+PR
@Xina Eiland is the owner of X+PR, a results-driven public relations and new media agency. A seasoned communications professional with more than 15 years of experience, Xina specializes in media relations, outreach and strategy development. In addition to specializing in media and community... Read More →
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Mike Kohn

VP of People Operations, Sparkfund
Mike is passionate about the world of people and business, sustainability and the environment, and helping others to make an impact in the world. As the Vice President of People Operations at Sparkfund, Mike works to create sustainable systems that promote a diverse, equitable, and... Read More →
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Alexis Moody

Full Stack Software Engineer, Contactually
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Catherine Smith

CEO, True Blue Inclusion
Catherine carries a portfolio of keen business skills coupled with leadership network accessibility. Prior to founding True Blue Inclusion, she served substantially in the Clinton White House, both as a trusted Presidential advisor, and as a practical expert on planning and achieving... Read More →


Thursday September 27, 2018 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
National Union Building, 2 South 918 F Street, NW