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Recent demographic data of major tech companies by gender and ethnic diversity show that minorities account for just a tiny fraction of most of the companies’ workforces. No company could say that women made up 50 percent of its employees.

That’s why Morgan State University is hosting a discussion on the future of tech. The speaker series features Maxine Williams, global director of diversity at Facebook, and Yolanda Mangolini, who currently leads Google’s global Diversity & Inclusion function.

The moderated panel discussion on “The Future of Tech and Your Role In It!” will be held Wednesday, March 29, 2017, in the Earl Graves School of Business Building Auditorium and starts at 6:30 p.m. The debate will be followed by a Q&A with Facebook’s Maxine Williams & Google’s Yolanda Mangolini.

The Presidential Distinguished Speaker Series was developed to bring the nation’s leading thought leaders from various professional fields of study to Morgan State University. The Series is in keeping with Morgan’s mission of serving as a leading academic resource by providing a platform for thoughtful and provocative discussions that explore the best ideas on issues that are pertinent to our students, our community, and our nation. The lectures will offer the opportunity for Q & A with the featured speakers

 

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