Technology

Decoding Diversity: Insights & Trends About the US Tech Workforce

Event information

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The Tech Accountability Coalition has been collecting a unique and cutting-edge dataset of tech workforce insights over the past two years. Working with analytics firm eqtble to source, aggregate, and analyze workforce data from almost 50 US-based tech companies, we are thrilled to share our insights in an upcoming webinar.

On February 27, attendees will hear from the Coalition team and eqtble, as well as from an engaging panel of tech equity and workforce leaders discussing the challenges, emerging trends, and actionable strategies that are relevant to the work of tech sector leaders committed to principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Speakers

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Maya Appiah
Global Head of DEI, Amazon Stores Talent Acquisition
Amazon

Maya Appiah heads up the global DEI function for Worldwide Amazon Stores Talent Acquisition. Amazon’s aspirations are to become Earth’s Best Employer, and my team’s efforts have a direct impact, accelerating this journey. Maya leads a talented team of program managers and analysts who work to equip our recruiting teams with DEI data and talent intelligence and upskill them with learning & development opportunities and career pathways to truly be agents of change for DEI at Amazon.

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Dwana Franklin-Davis
CEO
Reboot Representation

Dwana Franklin-Davis is the CEO of Reboot Representation. She is a collaborative and compelling visionary leading the Tech Coalition’s pooled philanthropic investments that enable Black, Latina, and Native American women to graduate with computing degrees by 2025 and lessens the diversity gap in tech.

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Joseph Ifiegbu
Co-Founder & CEO
eqtble

Joseph Ifiegbu is the Co-Founder and CEO of eqtble. Joseph was previously the Director of People Analytics & HR Technology at Snap Inc. from January 2020 to December 2021. Prior to that, they were a Member of the Board of Advisors at DataVLT from January 2017 to December 2018, where they focused on blockchain and analytics.

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Layla Ramirez
Director of DEIB
Justworks

Ms. Layla A. Ramirez is the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB) at Justworks, a company on a mission to help entrepreneurs and businesses grow with confidence. She is responsible for operationalizing, integrating and continuously improving Justworks DEIB strategy throughout its workforce, workplace, and marketplace.

The Tech Accountability Coalition is being incubated with Aspen Digital, a future-focused policy program of the Aspen Institute. Learn more at TechAccountabilityCoalition.org.

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