Are you an everyday hero? What is an ally, and how do you become one?
What does pay equity really mean? And how can companies get closer to achieving it?
In honour of 125 years of suffrage in Aotearoa New Zealand, Alison Mau led a series of conversations with Kiwi leaders about where the struggle for gender equity is today and what we can do to advance further. I was honoured to speak on a pay equity panel with Golriz Ghahraman, Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie, and Lizzie Marvelly.
Ally Skills NZ is proud to announce that our founder and CEO, Lauren Peate, was among 12 women founders highlighted by Women 2.0 as people to watch in New Zealand. Women 2.0 is a global brand for women in tech, working to create a society where gender parity, diversity and inclusion are the norm.
How can diversity and inclusion help your organisation improve its ability to attract, engage, and retain great people?
The 2018 NZ Hi-Tech Awards focused on spotlighting diversity within the tech sector. This annual awards event celebrates New Zealand’s most successful high-tech companies and highest-achieving individuals.
As part of their focus on diversity, the NZ Hi-Tech Awards team invited me to speak at their annual alumni event.
Why are allies so important for creating welcoming, inclusive environments?
And what does it mean to be an ally anyway?
Earlier this year, I was asked to speak at the MUV Talks, an event that brings together passionate people to get things done; to learn, network and share knowledge.