With so many initiatives telling minority communities they're not represented, not included, and not able to make a particular income, what if we could flip the narrative and say, “What if someone could give you the upper hand?"
Tune in as Sherrell Dorsey, founder and CEO of The Plug, gets the conversation started for families and communities traditionally not included in the dialogue around tech and the future of work. As the CEO of a distinctive black tech news and insight platform covering black pioneers in tech, venture capital, and work policy, Sherrell is changing the idea of who gets to be an innovator and genius and where these conversations exist.
Don’t miss Sherrell’s tips for anyone interested in launching a company in tech and why it’s time for the black and brown community to take the upper hand.
“Journalism has been intellectually lazy about shaping and building out that narrative of what is a black technologist. What’s a brown technologist? What’s a female technologist looks like, that's not in a tokenization kind of way.”
“When I thought about what is my goal, I want people to feel like they are empowered to participate in the future of work. That they wouldn't be a victim of it.”
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Learn more about Sherrell Dorsey at: sherrelldorsey.com
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Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.
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