In this technology-dependent world, it’s clear that the flow of information is key to our shared future. But who gets to help build that future?
It should be obvious by now that most of human history has been dominated by men—and the workplace is no different.
A snipped of our contribution:
The Bigger Picture
Our conversations continue with a few words from Dana Marlowe, representing Accessibility Partners. She founded the company and remains its principal partner because forging a trail in technology as a woman unlocked her understanding of the bigger picture: That accessibility to technology and the opportunity it represents is vital for a strong and stable society, and yet everything about access to technology has been shaped by very old social patterns.
As a result, women, the differently abled, and many others find themselves effectively shut out of one of the most important frontiers of human advancement.