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Recruiters, sourcers, hiring managers, and those with influence in the hiring processes: be part of the first generationof companies to make an impact in diversity in tech through recruiting.
Silicon Valley is buzzing about diversity in tech, but acknowledging there’s a problem is just the first step. Join us at Lever as our panel of distinguished guests discusses how to make the leap from talking about diversity in the workplace, to actually building it. We’re tired of hand-wavy statements when it comes to diversity in tech recruiting, just as you are – come for the concrete advice and candid discussion around the research, experiments, successes, and takeaways, as well as networking with talent leaders from around the area.
5:30 pm: Doors Open + hors d'oeuvres
6-7 pm: Panel & Discussion
7-7:30 pm: Networking
(Due to limited space, registration is open for up to 3 representatives of the same company)
Diversity Lead, Pandora
Lisa started her tech career as an early employee of Facebook, and worked in many various roles. Since moving over to Pandora, she’s spearheaded the creation of the company’s first diversity strategy and program, helping the company reflect the diversity of its listeners, artists, and local communities. As a self-proclaimed diversity geek, spends 90% her time thinking about how to use tech as a vehicle to drive equality.
After a tenure at Goldman Sachs, Porter founded Jopwell to help bridge the gap between companies focused on building diverse workforces and talented minority candidates. Since launching in 2014, Jopwell has gone through Y Combinator and signed on companies like Facebook, McKinsey & Company, and Mastercard, and are on their way to becoming the go-to professional platform for diverse talent.
Diversity Programs Manager, Yelp
Nabeela began her Yelp career in sales, then joined the recruiting team to focus on diversity recruiting initiatives’ for Yelp’s talent pool. Now as Diversity Programs Manager, Nabeela oversees employee engagement programs, works with recruiting on diversity strategies, and partners with external organizations. She is passionate about empowering employees to join on the fun of internal communities and believes in fostering hiring teams to look for candidates that are a culture add instead of a culture fit.
After spending a few years writing code, Aline ran hiring at TrialPay and Udacity and also launched her own recruiting firm, where she hired engineers for great companies like Airbnb, Asana, and, of course, Lever. Aline's blog about data driven recruiting has become one of the go-to sources of information in this space, and her work on the subject has appeared in Forbes and Fast Company. After observing some of the systemic issues with the way engineers are hired firsthand, she decided to try to fix things by launching interviewing.io, an anonymous technical interviewing platform where's she's working on building a community around judging people by what they can do, rather than how they look on paper.
Sarah is the CEO and founding designer at Lever, a hiring platform that helps companies embrace growth through collaborative technology. She steers Lever’s design-driven approach and leads their mission to put talent and teams at the center of organizations. To-date, Lever has helped scale the teams of some of today’s biggest success stories, including Netflix, Lyft, Quora, Change.org, GitHub, and many more. As an Asian-American female CEO, Sarah has been calling for tech companies to embrace diversity in recruiting and has been profiled in San Jose Mercury News and USA Today.
Lever is a collaborative hiring platform that engages your entire company in the sourcing, vetting, and closing of top-tier talent. When everyone gets involved – interviewers, hiring managers, and c-suite – hiring can be more strategic and more effective.
Since launching in 2012, Lever is now powering hiring at many of the top talent organizations in Sillicon Valley, including Netflix, Yelp, Quora, Lyft, Change.org, and many more!
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