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Executives and organizations are bridging the divide between Black IT pros and leadership positions by developing mentorship programs, fostering community, and breaking down sponsorship barriers.
Opportunity and advancement in IT are anything but equal. Survey data sheds light on the roadblocks Black IT pros experience in trying to get ahead.
André Allen, VP of IT, chief privacy officer and CISO at Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District, recently sat with CIO Leadership Live’s Lee Rennick to discuss his 30-year journey in IT, how new tech serves as catalysts for innovation,
Passed over for promotion and struggling to fit into workplace cultures, Black women in technology see little progress in an industry fixated on diversity optics rather than inclusion.
Black technologists have long been grossly underrepresented in IT. These organizations aim to help close the diversity gap in tech by empowering Black tech professionals at every level.
Hispanic and Latinx representation in IT remains low, but thanks to the efforts of Hispanic and Latinx professionals and their forward-thinking employers, the future looks brighter.
Establishing a successful diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy can be challenging. Here’s how five companies are fostering inclusion, diversifying talent pipelines, and bridging opportunity and skill gaps.
A team that’s diverse and inclusive leads to better outcomes in all areas of business: from recruitment and retention to product development. Here’s how to tune your D&I efforts so they work.
IT has a long way to go on gender diversity. But several nonprofits are stepping up to help inspire, train, and empower women to pursue meaningful careers in IT.
CIO.com’s Lee Rennick chats with University of Ottawa CIO Martin Bernier about how building diverse and equitable teams, and cultivating allyships to support diversity in technology are key to continuous learning.