Established in June of 2017, we invited a group of 13 men to serve as active agents in closing the gender gaps in tech—a core priority of Women 2.0 for the year.
Men are 50% of the equation, but there needs to be a more active, central and consistent role for men at our table—the table where we discuss and discover solutions together.
But this is far from an easy process. It means we need to reanalyze gender roles, identify and accept privilege or lack thereof, open up to discussion and be diligent.
This is not a committee of men to tell women what to do. It’s a committee of active partners and leaders who can turn to their male peers and help them become change agents themselves.
We worked through the remainder of FY’17, and have extended our work through FY’18 as our core Impact Priority, working thru consistent insights and discussion points available to you throughout.
Each man has a record of caring about and advocating for diversity and inclusion, and are dedicated to finding better ways they and their male counterparts can be better change agents for women in tech.