My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!: Lightning Talk Edition

My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!: Lightning Talk Edition

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Julie Pagano

April 20, 2012
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  1. My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!

    Julie Pagano @juliepagano
  2. My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!

    Julie Pagano @juliepagano (or: why you should start worrying and care about the diversity)
  3. What is intersectionality? Why is diversity important? How do we

    improve diversity? 1 2 3
  4. 1 What is intersectionality?

  5. race religion sex & gender age health & body class

    sexuality ethnicity
  6. race religion sex & genderage health & bodyclass sexuality ethnicity

  7. race religion sex & genderage health & bodyclass sexuality ethnicity

  8. 2 Why is diversity important?

  9. better teams

  10. Decision outcomes

  11. Decision outcomes Performance

  12. Decision outcomes Performance Creativity

  13. Decision outcomes Performance Creativity Innovation

  14. More people

  15. Pipeline

  16. Pipeline Hiring

  17. Pipeline Hiring Turnover

  18. Pipeline Hiring Turnover Retention

  19. Happier consumers

  20. 3 How do we improve diversity?

  21. Role models & mentors

  22. Community & events

  23. recruiting & hiring

  24. Workplace

  25. Development

  26. Development Flexibility

  27. Development Flexibility Address hidden biases

  28. Development Flexibility Address hidden biases Decrease negative experiences

  29. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  30. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  31. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  32. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  33. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  34. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  35. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  36. In a 2007 study, the Level Playing Field Institute found

    that subtle, negative workplace experiences, especially on a cumulative basis, cost companies an estimated $64 billion per year in expenses related to employee turnover.
  37. Exclusionary cliques

  38. Exclusionary cliques Bullying

  39. Exclusionary cliques Bullying Sexual teasing, jokes, or questions

  40. Exclusionary cliques Bullying Sexual teasing, jokes, or questions Racial, ethnic,

    or cultural jokes
  41. Exclusionary cliques Bullying Sexual teasing, jokes, or questions Racial, ethnic,

    or cultural jokes Homophobic jokes, remarks, or questions
  42. Exclusionary cliques Bullying Sexual teasing, jokes, or questions Racial, ethnic,

    or cultural jokes Homophobic jokes, remarks, or questions Being mistaken for someone else of the same race/gender
  43. Exclusionary cliques Bullying Sexual teasing, jokes, or questions Racial, ethnic,

    or cultural jokes Homophobic jokes, remarks, or questions Being mistaken for someone else of the same race/gender BULLSHIT
  44. DO NOT do this

  45. DO NOT do this When asked, STOP

  46. DO NOT do this When asked, STOP Call out BULLSHIT

  47. My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!

  48. My Technology Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be BULLSHIT!