Webinars

How to Champion Diversity & Inclusion in Tech

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Charles Rue

EMEA Head of Recruitment at IHS Markit
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Madison Butler

Vice President, People + Impact at GRAV
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Elena Valentine

Co-Founder & CEO at Skill Scout Films
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Erica Moseley

Founder of Tech Tea

The call for diversity and inclusion in the tech industry is growing louder, making it one of the most important priorities for companies today.

But with diversity being a fairly broad subject, it can be difficult to know where to begin and how to succeed.

That’s why HackerEarth teamed up with influential thought leaders to discuss best practices on building a diverse and inclusive strategy that works.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How do you start a DEI process
  • How to fix a DEI strategy that is not working
  • How to create positive business impact using your DEI strategy
  • The hallmarks of an effective D&I recruiting strategy
  • What are tech leaders doing to improve and prioritize their DEI efforts
  • Examples of challenges, priorities, and lessons learned in navigating DEI

 

  • About the speaker

    Charles Rue has more than 16 years of recruitment experience in the EMEA and APAC region, developing expertise in volume (Experienced and Graduate) and senior to executive level permanent hiring in the Banking, Data, Digital, Insurance, Fintech, Asset Management, and Payment Solutions sectors.

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    Charles Rue

    EMEA Head of Recruitment at IHS Markit
  • About the speaker

    Madison Butler is a native New Englander who currently resides in Austin, TX. She is a Black, queer woman, and she is also a survivor.  Her work is focused on creating equitable spaces and creating scalable strategies to achieve psychological safety. She is a start-up enthusiast and is passionate about building inclusive teams from the ground up with early-stage companies. Madison is committed to helping change the narrative around what it looks like to be “human at work”, and hoping to reshape the way we look at ourselves at work and in life.

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    Madison Butler

    Vice President, People + Impact at GRAV
  • About the speaker

    Workplace filmmaker and design researcher, Elena has made it her mission to help people find meaning in their work through stories that matter. With the motto “you cannot be what you cannot see” Elena started filming jobs as a way to get young people excited about careers. Since then, her team at Skill Scout has since built a world class media company. Their films have helped clients like Nike, McDonalds, and American Airlines engage candidates and employees alike. Elena’s particularly excited about Skill Scout’s latest project, the Humans@Work documentary and virtual film festival series that shares stories of people who find passion and meaning in their work.
    Elena was recently named HR Superhero by DisruptHR Chicago and Newcity’s Film 50 of 2020. She is also the co-founder of Mezcla Media Collective, a a thriving community based Chicagoland non-profit that elevates 600+ femme identifying filmmakers of color. 

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    Elena Valentine

    Co-Founder & CEO at Skill Scout Films
  • About the speaker

    Erica Moseley has become a recognized author, trainer, speaker, fundraiser, volunteer, and DEI leader. She is writing the change she wants to see in the world, her new series amErica collabs UkToyin diversifying talent globally is dedicated to empowering talent to break into tech and share their stories. In her talks, she shows audiences how they can create an inclusive workplace that values emotional intelligence and freedom of speech—to break down unconscious biases and foster equality. Drawing from her experiences breaking into tech, she deeply understands the value of mentorship that can lead someone on the path to self-sufficiency.

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    Erica Moseley

    Founder of Tech Tea