The Diversity & Inclusion Initiative encourage policies and practices that promote under-represented people of all kinds within technology industries. i2Coalition members comprise this working group. They engage industry leaders to broaden the technology workforce and support those already in it. The DII advises and partners with existing, like-minded policy, education, and workplace advocacy groups to achieve these goals.
- Advocate. Be a voice to promote diversity and equity for all in industries supporting Internet technology and operations.
- Network. Promote networking activities to encourage and support diversity and equity for all in technology fields.
- Collaborate. Support the needs of organizations already working to provide educational and other opportunities in an effort to improve diversity and equity for all in technology fields.
What we’re working on…
- Bring together panelists to engage in an open dialogue about how we can all contribute to the improvement of diversity and equity in our space.
- Advise and partner with diversity advocacy groups in the technology space on critical issues and building opportunities.
Watch Our 2021 Briefing on Paid Leave in the US Tech Industry
Recent Diversity & Inclusion Updates
Downloads from this Webinar Slide Deck (PDF) 6 Strategies to Interupt Bias in the Workplace (PDF) 8 Tactics to Identify and Reduce Implicit Bias More on this webinar: When confronted with obvious discrimination, many of us in a position of power would like to think we’d step in and try to make things fair. But […]
The i2Coalition’s Insights and Innovation Committee and Southwell Solutions presents: “Deconstructing Unconscious/Implicit Bias : Practices to Understand, Reduce & Interrupt Implicit Bias in the Workplace”. This is content for members only. When confronted with obvious discrimination, many of us in a position of power would like to think we’d step in and try to make […]
The US approach to leave for parents involves unpaid parental leave, child-related tax breaks, and limited public childcare; whereas other developed countries have taken another path opting to use use paid parental leave and comprehensive investments in infants and children to boost outcomes. There are signs, however, that the US legislation is taking cues from […]