This event was a unique partnership between Google’s diversity initiative Rare, SheSays and Creative by Collective, with image support by Stocksy; all four entities have diversity and inclusion in their DNA.
Our goal? Inspire international leaders (+ YOU!) to make the industry more inclusive and diverse via the insights, stories and expertise by our eclectic panel. After all, innovation, creativity and having a competitive edge depends on diverse + inclusive teams. Which is why we also partnered with Stocksy to create the “Make It Happen, Let the OUT(side) IN” workbook, to show diverse images and further inspire leaders to take immediate action.
Panelist — Tea Uglow, Creative Director at Google Creative Lab Sydney. After working at the tech behemoth for more than a decade and founding Google’s Creative Lab in Europe. She’s been dubbed a “tech celebrity”, and describes herself as “proudly transgender, faceblind and neurodivergent.”
Panelist — Kazuha Okuda, Strategist at Google Brand Studio Tokyo. She is also a strategist for Rare and Women Will, an organization that helps to generate economic opportunity for women through the power of technology.
Panelist — Blair Imani, African-American Muslim activist, historian and author. She was Executive Director of “Equality for HER,” a now defunct feminist organization. She is a member of the Black Lives Matter movement, and is known for her voice on Twitter and Instagram and for protesting the shooting of Alton Sterling and Executive Order 13769. Imani has written for HuffPost and VICE.
Panelist — Megan Kelly, Executive Producer and Founder of production company Honor Society. Also founder of Owned, an organization that celebrates and promotes female business owners.
“Make It Happen, Let the OUT(side) IN”
Photo by Bronac McNeill.
Learn more about SheSays: https://weareshesays.com
Learn more about Rare by Google: https://rare.withgoogle.com
Learn more about the diverse images of Stocksy United:
� Celebrating Mpozi Tolbert, Olufunke a. Moses and Mark Feggins.
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