Webinars: Exponential Equity: Tech With PRIDE: LGBTQIA+ Initiatives in the Tech World

Singularity University’s Women’s Impact Network (WIN) is thrilled to honor PRIDE by taking a positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual or allied (LGBTQIA+) people. In this webinar, our conversation centers around promoting positive affirmations, dignity, and equality rights; heightening visibility; building community; and celebrating sexual diversity and gender variance.

WIN offers an Exponential Equity Webinar series featuring people working on solutions related to gender, diversity, inclusion, justice, and equity—and thoughts on how to scale these efforts exponentially. 

To meet these aims, we’re commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. We’re also working to positively reinforce the LGBTQIA+ community by sharing the support that exists for LGBTQIA+ identifying individuals in the tech world and beyond. Watch this webinar to see the thoughtful panel discussion highlighting the ways we can all create opportunities for success for those who identify as LGBTQIA+.

At Singularity University, we are united in our common purpose to empower a diverse global community of nearly 200,000 leaders, entrepreneurs, and inspired solvers working to tackle humanity’s most urgent challenges and achieve success in an era of unprecedented disruption. We support our community and clients through empathy and acceptance, and we are cultivating a new kind of customer hero through our innovative and transformative programs. Fulfilling our mission entails a commitment to inclusivity, diversity, and genuine acceptance.

To that end, we will hire, promote, work alongside, cheer for, bond with, and warmly welcome into the SU family all persons without regard to ethnic and racial identity, indigenous heritage, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.

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About the Speakers

Andrew Fitch

Andrew is in Developer Relations at Cloudfare. Originally hailing from Massachusetts, Andrew is passionate about his interests in everything involving international information, politics, fitness, and LGBTQIA+. He lives in SF/London.

Angella Bernal

Angella holds an important role as a Learning and Development Manager in Finance at Salesforce. She’s an accomplished professional with proven drive and success in facilitation, learning & development, coaching, project management, and customer service management.

Sydney Coleman

Sydney works on diversity, equity, and inclusion programs at Google in San Francisco. She also serves as the Vice President on the Board of US National Committee for UN Women San Francisco. Sydney is incredibly passionate about making the workplace, and tech industry in particular, more accessible, inclusive, and equitable for underrepresented populations.