1. Panel: Supporting women in tech means recognizing unconscious bias

    Panel: Supporting women in tech means recognizing unconscious bias

    To create an office culture that champions women in tech and a diverse workplace takes a group effort, full of speaking up and recognizing unconscious biases. The “Women in Tech/ Diversity/ Unconscious Bias” panel at Fort Collins Startup Week unpacked how people might start creating a more inclusive office. “If we want things to change, we have to take steps to change them ourselves,” said Darlene Rouleau, a software engineer at Schneider Electric.

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    1. If we want things to change, we have to take steps to change them ourselves.
    2. There are a lot of statistics out there about the way women communicate and how women are likely to undersell themselves.
    3. It's important to really try to base hiring on the merits of the person.
    4. I have thought internally that I'm the nagging one and I'm so annoying.
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