In May and June, CapTech’s Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Council will host events with our partners Women Who Code and Blacks In Technology. Both events are part of the council’s commitment to ensure CapTech is a place where people can thrive and are empowered to bring their whole selves to work.
“Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are more than concepts to be recognized one month each year,” said Matthew Beaver, the council’s chair. “Our partnerships with Women Who Code and Blacks in Technology help to guide all levels of our organization. This facilitates real education and honest dialogue throughout CapTech.”
Women Who Code
Women Who Code is an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. CapTech’s partnership helps the organization fund scholarships for 1,000 Women Who Code members, driving success and event attendance in 134 countries. CapTech’s partnership helps the organization fund scholarships for 1,000 Women Who Code members, driving success and event attendance in 134 countries.
Instagram Live Interview: Join two of CapTech’s leaders, Gabriella Baum and Wendy Greene, on May 17 at 1:30 PM ET as they discuss advocating for yourself and others and share pivotal moments from their careers in data & analytics. They will provide their unique perspectives on moving from contributors to leaders, thriving outside their comfort zones, and empowering others. Follow along at @CapTechListens, @WomenWhoCode, and @WWCodeDataScience.
WWCode CONNECT Recharge digital conference: CapTech looks forward to sponsoring and attending on May 26. Register here.
WWCode Reception in Richmond, VA: We are celebrating our partnership at our CapTech Richmond office in partnership with our Women@CapTech Employee Resource Group on June 22 from 4 PM ET to 7PM ET. Register here.
Blacks In Technology
CapTech established our Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) Council recognizing that company success depends on the variety of experience, backgrounds, and voices leading the way for our clients. The DIB Council ensures our company is free of bias, inviting a diverse slate of candidates for every position. This helps us build a more diverse workforce across all functions and levels at CapTech.
Networking event in Charlotte, NC: Join us May 25th and enjoy an evening of networking with the Blacks in Technology Chapter in our Charlotte office. Blacks in Technology (BIT) is a foundation of students, transition technologists, educators, IT professionals, and business leaders who are “Stomping the Divide” in tech careers. CapTech’s partnership with BIT supports 50 chapters in 10 countries, empowering members with practical tools and guidance to advance their careers. Register here.
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