Announcing New Tech DEI & Welcoming Christy Johnson to Our Team

We are beyond excited to welcome PNW IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access) to our community under their new name: New Tech DEI. This group is a monthly meet-up to share thoughts on diversity, equity, and inclusion from those leading the work at an individual, manager, executive, nonprofit or volunteer basis. Please join in on the first meeting under the new name on 9/23 at 10:30am.

Christy will still facilitate the monthly meeting. The event is open to anyone wanting to make real change happen.

Hear what Christy Johnson, Founder of New Tech DEI, had to say:

“Hi everyone,

PNW IDEA has merged with New Tech to combine our communities and have a greater positive impact on the issues that truly matter. We’re joining forces so we can do more together. We’ll still have the monthly zoom, and then there will be more events where we can share data and take our work to the next level.

Our Vision is still the same. We believe the PNW is:

A region where women and underrepresented minorities are able to pursue opportunities to participate productively in ways that are meaningful for them and that contribute to our local economy and society, and where employers and community organizations have a multitude of ways to create and improve real opportunities for those wanting opportunity and facing bias.”

Please click here if you would like to be part of the New Tech DEI newsletter.

New Tech Spotlight

Christy Johnson

Founder, New Tech DEI. Mom, Serial Entrepreneur, intrapreneur and board member. Award winning educator committed to helping people reach their full potential.

Christy’s life adventure has included being a high school math, European history and economics teacher in Bellingham Washington, teacher trainer throughout Washington state and in Russia, strategy consultant at McKinsey & Company, VP of strategy at a private equity backed portfolio company, early stage employee at two startups from day one, earning an MBA and a masters in Education, and builder of the University of Washington’s women in entrepreneurial leadership program.

She has worked with hundreds of startups, founders, entrepreneurial leaders, Fortune 50 companies, non-profits and government officials. Christy loves working with committed teams to solve hard problems and allowing everyone to have access to opportunity.

Watch Christy present PNW IDEA at New Tech Seattle in 2019

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