Virtual Reality: An Unlikely Ally in the Dialog on Gender Bias

Virtual Reality:  An Unlikely Ally in the Dialog on Gender Bias

Amid the continued failure of tech companies to improve the diversity of their leadership teams (and frequently their overall employee base), virtual reality (VR) seems like an unlikely technology partner to champion gender equality.  Largely owned and operated by men with experiences focused on gaming and sports, the world of VR feels like the epitome of male dominance.  But an unlikely alliance has formed.

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Three Proven Ways to Engage Millennials in Social Impact

Three Proven Ways to Engage Millennials in Social Impact

Love them or loathe them?  No other generation has been described in the contradictory terms used to portray millennials.

Are they lazy, entitled and self-centered?  Or are they passionate, engaged and socially concerned?

While many studies show the latter, in either case this is a generation of 75.4 million Americans that will comprise 50% of the workforce by 20201 and spends over $300B annually. 

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Technology for Good: How Networking Saves Big Cats

Technology for Good:  How Networking Saves Big Cats

Close your eyes and think of a jungle: the noises, the smells and the sounds. Think of the most majestic and inspirational creature in that jungle. What comes to mind? For many, the tiger is the embodiment of this wilderness.

Numbering just 3900, these iconic cats are now on the verge of extinction. Because poaching is the tigers’ key existential threat, technology is a critical tool in securing and protecting the last wild tiger populations.

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