Tech Leaders Say More Diverse Workforce is Vital
Technology industry leaders are focused on cultivating and supporting a more diverse workforce. From gender to generation, sexual orientation to race, a more inclusive talent pool allows for greater debate, better ideas and increased opportunity. At the CDW Core-to-Cloud SummIT in Las Vegas, Ellen Kirby of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings joined CDW's Matt Axtell and Sandra Blettner to discuss the benefit of diversity in tech.
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Sandra Blettner, Principal Cloud Client Executive, CDW
Ellen Kirby, Manager of Technical Operations/Senior Enterprise Architect, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
Matt Axtell, Principal Cloud Client Executive, CDW
- For decades, the technology industry has been male-dominated. But in 2019, industry leaders are focused on cultivating and supporting a more diverse workforce.
- Considering generation and background is as important as race, gender or sexual orientation when building a diverse technology industry.
- A more inclusive workforce allows varied perspectives to inform new ideas