5 reasons you should attend the Diversity & Inclusion Breakfast at Dreamforce
It’s not news that companies across the technology industry have struggled with diversifying their workforces. That’s why it’s more crucial than ever for each of us to understand the scope of the situation and what we can do both together and individually to make it better.
Diversity in tech isn’t just about hiring people of different colors, races, religions, or genders—it’s also about creating a workplace that celebrates and benefits from a diverse set of knowledge, skills, and life experiences.
It’s a subject I am passionate about—personally and professionally—which is why I’m excited to invite you to a breakfast and panel we are hosting during Dreamforce next week to dive deeper into this topic with the broader cloud community.
Want to know how you can support diversity at your organization? Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss this amazing event.
You’ll get advice from leaders at some of the biggest tech companies in the world. Learn how they rose above the obstacles, reached their level of success, and now support diversity initiatives within their organization. Speakers include:
- Angela Bhurji, IT Director and Service Delivery Leader, Cisco
- Lori Fazeli, Sr. Customer Success Manager, Microsoft
- Valerie Wolloch, SVP Solution Engineering, Salesforce
- Mona Sabet, Managing Director, Tribal
Inclusive communication can be a first step toward creating a unified, diversified workforce. Learn techniques on how to establish and deliver more inclusive communication across your organization.
Unconscious bias is a big problem. Learn how to identify and address this serious issue that you may not even know is happening.
It starts with education. Learn how to become an ambassador for diversity at your company, and get the education, tools, and skills to support the initiative.
Share, learn, and connect! Hear from and collaborate with other people who are breaking down diversity barriers and thriving in the tech world.
This topic is so critical that it should be on the agenda for all technology companies, from emerging startups to the Fortune 500. Click here for more details and to register for the breakfast. Hope to see you there!