New Tech DEI July Monthly Meeting

July 28, 2022 12:00 am PDT
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. The event is open to anyone wanting to make real change happen.

About This Event

Please join us to learn more and meet new friends interested in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Tyrone Cunningham will facilitate the monthly meeting (which occurs the 4th Thursday of every month at 10:30 am). The event is open to anyone wanting to make real change happen. If you have friends or colleagues who are interested, please share the registration link!

Who Should Attend:
  • Innovation leaders
  • VPs
  • Directors
  • Individual contributors
  • DEI leaders
  • Founders
  • ERG organizers, and
  • Employees from startups and enterprise companies sharing their challenges, successes, tips, experiences and advice for creating more inclusive workplaces.

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.

As Margaret Mead said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

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Speakers

Tyrone Cunningham

Tyrone Cunningham, TAF Development Officer, Corporate Relations

Tyrone is responsible for building relationships to increase support from corporate partners through financial contributions, student experiences, and employee engagement. I believe that music and laughter can make a difference; discipline and teamwork goes a long way. We all should find a way to give back – everyone has something unique to give. Studied Computer Science at the HBCU West Virginia State University, with over 25 years in the technology industry combining sales and partnerships with Fortune 500 companies. My management and entrepreneurship experiences over the years have helped me grow through both successful ventures and not-so-successful ones.
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