Use Your Story

I work next to an incredible company, Equal Reality which does diversity and inclusion training in virtual reality. They show people what its like to be discriminated against, and run them through a "fire drill" for how to recognize and interrupt that behavior in their daily lives. Their next project? Training to prevent biases around moms, which is the most significant bias in the workplace. Unfortunately, I know that too many of you have these to share. Please help

Damnit, It's Straight Up Bias

One of the big goals of Uplift is to reduce bias against moms in the workforce. When women make up over half the workforce, why is only 20% of the C Suite female? A new study out of Harvard is the most extensive study I've read on the subject, diving deep into a single company - analyzing every email and meeting schedule, even having participants wear a badge that tracked who people associated with and who dominated those conversations. The shocking outcome: men and women beh