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TECH DISRUPTING DIVERSITY & EDUCATION
SPONSORED BY MCCARTER & ENGLISH
Disruptive Techies Goes ONLINE! Click on the Zoom URL to register!
We will hold a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that emerging tech has for age, race, gender, income and its ability to further education and inclusion. Other points of discussion will include: definition of cultural diversity spans far wider than ethnicity where technology is concerned. Generational culture has a definite impact on the use of technology in the workplace, and to some extent, racial and socioeconomic differences. The primary reason racial differences are a factor where technology in the workplace is concerned is due to what is called the "digital divide." In addition, gender may play a role in the use of technology. The workforce comprises four distinct generations: traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. Within each generation are habits, norms & preferences that affect their use of technology in the workplace.
And even bigger - does diversity, inclusion and education even matter in a pandemic? Does a virus this big and this scary discriminate? Should we care?
MEET THE PANELISTS!
1. Moy Ogilvie, McCarter & English
2. Lindsay Sorin, Xandr/AT&T
3. Ginger Dhaliwal, Upflex (AirBnBs for Workspace)
4. Arnell Milhouse - CareerDevs Computer Science Institute
5. Jasmine Greenaway, Senior Cloud Advocate, Microsoft
Microsoft Reactor Host & MC:
Sep DiMeglio, User-Experience & Accessibility Developer Consultant, Microsoft
Oliver Christie: Futurist: Founder, Foxy Machine; Co-Founder, Moven AI; Data Science Head, Opus AI
Fireside Chat Moderator:
Bruce Epstein, Knowledge Transfer Wizard - leveraging critical info through AI.
Interactive Videographers & Directors:
Jeffrey Paul & Steve Durham from Ziotag: advanced deep tagging.
** EXTRA Special Thanks to our Disruptive Technologists® Think Tank Council & Events Sponsor-Partner: McCarter & English and David Sorin, Partner & Chair - Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Company Practices
** Thanks to Microsoft Reactor #MSFTReactor