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Issue #24 // May 17, 2016

Ellen Pao's next act targets Silicon Valley's diversity problem
You might remember the coverage on Ellen Pao’s high profile gender discrimination case against one of Silicon Valley’s largest venture capitalist firms. To make sure companies are as diverse as they can be, she and a team of influential leaders have launched a new project called Project Include. The team consists of engineers from Slack and Pinterest, among others. You can read more on the Project Include site.
LA Times

Lowering the Bar
An Etsy manager talks about the myth that you need to lower the bar to increase diversity at your company. He uses a fun metaphor: a potato.
Moishe Lettvin

Women in tech: we need to make diversity second nature
Hear from the very successful founder of, engineers from Slack and the CEO of TechHub on why diversity makes business sense.
The Guardian

All-MIT Diversity Forum highlights progress, challenges for campus community
A look into how one of the world’s most prestigious engineering and technology institutions approaches diversity on their campus.


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