You’re invited to our Pathways to a Just Digital Future virtual event! We hope you’ll join us on March 31 from 1 – 2 pm ET for a chance to connect as a community, discuss the problem of digital inequality, and identify opportunities for change. The event will focus AI and bias, designing tech for all audiences, and diversity of tech teams, and is part of the “Summit Gathering” stage of our Just Digital Future project. Keep exploring!
An opening video where you may see some familiar faces
A panel discussion led by HBS Digital Initiative director David Homa and HBS Gender Initiative director Colleen Ammerman featuring three guests from our listening tour and questions from you. (Already have a question for our panel? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
The official announcement of “Summit Improving,” the next stage of the project
A networking opportunity following the event that involves one-on-one video calls to connect directly with other community members (we’ll keep networking open for an hour; drop in and out as you’d like!)
Christine Marie Ortiz Guzman is a serial entrepreneur focused on innovation through equity-centered design. She is the founder of Equity Meets Design, a think and do tank that builds capacity for organizations and individuals to use an equity-centered design process.
Brandeis Marshall is a computer science and data education activist. She is the CEO of DataedX, a data science consultancy where she develops tools for practitioners to interpret the racial, gender, and socioeconomic impacts of data and technology.
Candice Morgan is the equity, diversity, and inclusion partner of GV (formerly known as Google Ventures) where she guides business executives to build inclusive talent strategies that drive diverse products and scale business outcomes.
All data science is political. It's impossible to take a dataset and analyze it in a 'perfectly objective' way. Because you're always going to be putting on there some type of value judgment about what the dataset represents.
Computer scientist and Harvard University professor
Candice Morgan from GV (formerly Google Ventures) shares how to navigate inclusive strategies in organizations; how the “summer of protest” has moved the dial of accountability; and how the venture space can better practice antiracism.