00:16 – Welcome to “Greater Than Code: Like Uber, But For Not Being Shitty” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
02:04 – Background and Superpower
03:03 – Being Outspoken and Dealing with Pushback on Twitter
04:41 – “Staying in Your Lane”
11:12 – To Engage, or Not to Engage?
16:10 – Mixing Social Justice and a Tech Career
20:49 – Having Conversations Re: Diversity and Inclusion
23:16 – Making Workplaces Inclusive and Changing the Culture
35:56 – Educating Others — But Not on Demand
38:28 – What is the right way to be an ally? Reading Spaces
43:59 – Starting/Organizing Working Groups
45:34 – Advocating for D&I as Leaders
Jessica: Diversity and inclusion is hard because it’s more than just one thing.
Sam: Don’t have conversations or be in them to not just be wrong.
Janelle: Training, teaching, and educating, versus putting together a working group to get things done.
Jamey: It’s okay to be wrong and sincerely apologizing.
Astrid: It’s hard to be who you want to be in a world where people are constantly picking sides.
Marco: How dynamics pay out for people who aren’t fully engaged in the D&I conversation yet.
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