We strongly believe in an impact over intent. By increasing the number of marginalized persons on boards and c-suites, this trickles down to welcoming better practices of (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) DEI. Through research, we noted the best way forward is for companies to take the below pledge to be an actual DEI organization.
Increasing representation of marginalized persons for all levels in tech by focusing on boards and c-suites.
Our core pillars stand in fairness, transparency, and accountability. However, we also acknowledge that with growth comes change and that means our values stand strong in our pillars but are constantly evolving as we learn and unlearn together.
Try it out: The danger of a single story
Try it out: The power of vulnerability
Ray Dalio's "Principles" "create a culture in which it is okay to make mistakes and unacceptable to not learn from them."
There is no true growth without uncomfortable conversations. In order for us to truly build the change we want to see, we must become comfortable with uncomfortable moments, conversations and feelings.
Every company and individual approaches implementation of diversity efforts in their own way. If you start with a strong commitment it should lead to solving specific problems with governing ideals and new learning that promotes a sustainable work culture. Basically, we are writing a new outline that has not existed before but we depend on you to take this and build it up.