Diversity, equity and inclusion. These essential elements have remained a constant drawback in the tech industry despite recent conflicts. Join us on March 3 – just one week away – for the TC session: Justice 2021. Listen and engage with top experts and leading voices working to transform the tech industry for the betterment of all humanity.
This may sound like a lofty goal, but we are talking serious blockers – founders, investors, engineers and visionaries with drive and technology to support their ambitions. People like Naz Austin, Brian Bracken, Arlan Hamilton, Wade Davis and much more incredible speakers.
Your ticket gives you a tremendous amount of knowledge, inspiration, advice, connections and opportunities.
Here only interactive presentation, breakout session and panel discussion are awaited. Check the agenda for the full lineup and get your game plan. Who knows? We can add one or two surprises.
Tech in the era of accountability: A hands-off approach to moderate online platforms invited hatred to flourish in plain sight over the last four years. We will talk with Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League on proposed policy solutions, whether technology is at the pinnacle of a real era of accountability and what the organization’s mission looks like in 2021 and beyond.
state of the Union: Labor unions have been unusual in technology. The ending is beginning to change in recent years, as workers push into some of the biggest companies in the industry to organize from alphabet to kickstarter. Parul Cool (Google), Grace Racers (International Association of Office and Professional Employees) and Clarissa Redwin (NYU) will join us to discuss the growing movement.
Finding the next unicorn: Arlan Hamilton, founder and managing partner of Backstage Capital, has raised more than $ 12 million to 150 companies led by underrated founders. In this session, Hamilton discusses how he implements the biggest opportunities in investment and constrains them in a positive way.
In addition, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the early-stage founders in the program included in TC – and watch them participate in live media feedback sessions. These young startup entrepreneurs were nominated by our fellow founding organizations, Black Female Founders, LatinX Startup Alliance, Startout and Female Founders Alliance.
TC Session: Justice 2021 takes place in a week on 3 March. Reserve your seat today, and add your voice to the chorus of opportunity-generating leaders and long-standing changes – changes in tech.