Until we start working together to renovate my childhood home. Until we start working together to renovate my childhood home.
I want to feel what that brute strength can do to me. I wanted her story in the end and I wanted her together with Caleb. They kept in touch with each other after leaving Hawaii. I wanted her story in the end and I wanted her together with Caleb. They kept in touch with each other after leaving Hawaii. Cassie moves to the same city where Caleb lives to start a new job there.
Q What are the biggest things VC firms and tech companies continue to struggle with when it comes to inclusion? Whether it’s bringing in a diversity consultant or sharing metrics, trying to find these really easy solutions when it’s actually something that has to be comprehensive. And our goal is to get more companies to build inclusive environments where everyone can succeed — regardless of your background, regardless of the environment you grew up in, regardless of your demographics — but you get this fair shot to work your hardest, to contribute as much as you can and to be rewarded for it. And (the key) really is these 87 recommendations we ended up putting down and sharing with people on our website.
Ellen Pao, a co-founder of Project Include, says the group’s goal “is to give everyone a fair chance to succeed in tech and …
to get more companies to build inclusive environments where everyone can succeed.” In March 2015, Ellen Pao took the stand in a packed San Francisco courtroom and described the unfair treatment she says she endured as a woman in a prestigious, male-dominated Silicon Valley venture capital firm.
They don’t want to complain about it and not be seen as a team player, but it really isn’t fair that they’ve been singled out to do some of these menial tasks time and time again. ’ And I’m like, ‘Well, go help that person who’s stuck doing the menial tasks by speaking up for him or her.’ Q What is the toughest thing for these companies to change? (For example) I need to talk about some really embarrassing thing that somebody did, and I’m the manager of the person who did it, and the person they did it to is on my team. How do I tell the rest of my team what’s acceptable and what’s not acceptable?
And then often somebody else will ask later in the discussion, ‘I’m a white man. And those conversations are really hard, really uncomfortable there’s no easy road map.