Impact of Giving and Inclusive Technology in the New World Order Recording and Resources

2020 has been anything but normal, bringing change and challenges to nearly everyone. We are all feeling stress and the hardest hit group this year has been women, especially those from overlooked populations.

As we head into the holidays, we have an opportunity to look back at how women in tech have been impacted this year, to examine how giving affects inclusive technology and how the new world order will shape the future for women technologists for the better.

We hosted a special Elevating Conversation on #GivingTuesday, December 1 at 3 p.m. ET with Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President and CEO of on the “Impact of Giving and Inclusive Technology in the New World Order.”

Our amazing panelists shared their experiences and insights on building an inclusive tech pipeline through educating and investing in more women in tech.

Our esteemed panelists:

View the recording from this insightful conversation and view resources below.



Resource Link Participant
Loan Gini Kanchan Dwived donations Jessie Arora
Reboot Representation Jessie Arora

Freada Klein
Kapor Capital Freada Klein
Darren Walker Ford Foundation Freada Klein
Irma Olguin, Bitwise Jessie Arora
Press Forward Jessie Arora
Geena Davis Institute Jessie Arora:
Ana Roco Castro Jessie Arora
Promise Pay Jessie Arora
Donors Choose Jessie Arora
Catherine Flowers Environmental Activism Megan Davis
Thrive Market Thebither Michael
Eat Fresh Jill Finlayson
Irma Olguin, Bitwise Jessie Arora

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