We take financial debt seriously, now it’s time to take diversity debt seriously, too. Until recently, the tech community has not thought about diversity in the same terms. And the problem of diversity debt is even more important given the rise of the innovation economy. In this talk, Dr. Sarah Saska argues that getting diversity right is critical to making sure that we shape a future that benefits everyone. It is up to us to guide technology and the disruption that comes with it through the decisions we make on a daily basis as citizens, consumers, and investors. We've figured out how to fly, stream movies on our phones, and have groceries delivered to our doorsteps, and now Dr. Sarah Saska is working to ensure that we build a future that brings everyone forward.
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As the CEO of Feminuity, Dr. Sarah Saska (She, Her, Hers) partners with leading technology startups to Fortune 500s, building diverse teams, equitable systems, and inclusive products and company cultures. Prior to co-founding Feminuity, Saska led pioneering doctoral research at the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and innovation. Her research highlighted the need for companies - namely those in the technology and innovation sector - to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion into the core of their business, which became the inspiration for Feminuity. Since then, Saska has twice been named amongst the Women’s Executive Network’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, and on Culture Amp’s list of “Diversity and Inclusion Leaders You Should Know.” She is a TEDx speaker, and has been featured on CBC’s The National and Fast Company.